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lswartz lswartz is offline
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Default 01-07-2014, 12:30 PM

That makes sense. I still use my Mini 9 for the same, although the battery died a long time back. I thought that I would switch to the 10v but the Mini 9 still works well all day long.

When you do decide to update 11.04, you can do that right in the package manager. Mine is set to the LTS versions of Ubuntu so 14.04 should be my next update. Note my Mini 9 only has room on the SSD for the older 10.04 so no upgrades in the future.


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Last edited by lswartz; 04-21-2014 at 12:39 PM.
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