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crikey its been a while since the cheltenham festival yes it went pretty good
have got some tables done on my database plus over 1200 entries although i really do have a long way to go ,im deeply unsure about giving racing information away i have mixed feelings about it fine when its a winner and terrible when it falls at the first .
finally got ubuntu on to my asus 901 put in a 2g ram stick wow does that make a difference seriously anyone who has one of these...
I upgraded my Ubuntu 8.10 laptop to 9.04 a few days ago when it came out. While the release seems good, there were some undesireable side-effects caused by the upgrade, my configuration, or the new release itself.
In the upgrade process itself is a serious flaw. If a package cannot be downloaded, for example because of an inadequate or too crowded network connection, or the server on the other end, the upgrade process quits, giving me no option to try again. This results in a huge amount