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Nov
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comment Lightning 1.8 in Thunderbird 16.0.2 doesn't work under Ubuntu 12.10
We update lightning when we update Thunderbird in Ubuntu.
Nov
14
answered Lightning 1.8 in Thunderbird 16.0.2 doesn't work under Ubuntu 12.10
Nov
9
comment Thunderbird 16 and Lightning
addons are either 32 bit only or platform independent, lightning is an architecture specific addon which means that it can't properly be supported through addons.mozilla.org
Oct
23
comment How to install Perl Switch.pm module required to build WebKit-GTK?
Do you have libswitch-perl installed? It's normally shipped with all of the images. There's also a version in perl-modules.
Oct
22
comment Thunderbird new messages indicator doesn't show with ubuntu 12.10
The fix is in quantal-proposed: bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1065919 launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/thunderbird/16.0.1+build1-0ubuntu2
Oct
16
comment Is the Lightning 1.7 calendar for Thunderbird not supported on 10.04?
Yeah, I'll be uploading that to lucid-backports later tonight.
Oct
10
comment Should a relatively conservative user untick “Unsupported updates (precise-backports)” in Software Sources?
You can have the same concerns about the universe/multiverse components which get minimal testing. however, if bugs are found, they can be fixed if people are willing to help. Backports enabled by default allows users to get newer versions of packages on a stable release which is something that a lot of users want. It is opt-in in software center, so you can choose if you want the release version (default) or the backports version. If there's a bug in the backports version, please file a bug against the appropriate backports project: launchpad.net/ubp
Oct
5
revised Thunderbird 16 and Lightning
Add note about Lightning 1.8 being updated with Thunderbird 16 and about lucid and the backport
Oct
5
comment Thunderbird 16 and Lightning
Lightning is a binary addon, so the compatibility checks shouldn't make any difference
Oct
5
answered Thunderbird 16 and Lightning
Sep
30
comment How do I install Oracle Java on 12.04 such that it works in Google Chrome/Chromium?
If you have all openjdk updates applied, it should work with the Chromium/Chrome in 12.04
Sep
21
comment How can I downgrade a system that accidentally had backports installed?
if a backport has broken something, then this should be reported against the appropriate backports project (see the projects list here: launchpad.net/ubp).
Sep
19
revised How to submit binaries to the armel repository?
Add a way to get started and an example
Sep
19
revised How to submit binaries to the armel repository?
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