Is 8.04 (Hardy Herron) supported?

Asked by stevebythebay on 2008-05-22

I figured it might be and see that if I use hardy instead of feisty in the list I can get two of the three installed without an apparent error. But nothing gets populated into the screensaver list. I'm using the default Gnome desktop. So, I discovered that what you've created are placeholders for the Hardy version! OOPS. Anyway I went back and used Gutsy and things are working. That's what I get for being a newbie. Are there any issues or other things I should know about any differences or issues in using the Gutsy version? When would you anticipate a Hardy version???

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2008-09-04
Launchpad Janitor (janitor) said : #1

This question was expired because it remained in the 'Open' state without activity for the last 15 days.

Garry Parker (parker13) said : #2

Hi, Sorry about the late reply, it turns out that I needed to be set up as the contact for these answers in order to receive emails about them. That's sorted out now.

Anyway, there are Hardy packages available:

http://parker1.co.uk/eternity/download.php

Please let me know if you have any further issues. Thanks.

Mark Coleman (mcr-mame) said : #3

Hi, I saw the screensaver and loved it, however it is different to the one installed. I wanted the ubuntu logo rotating on the background and i have it rotating in space instead.. What am i doing wrong?

Garry Parker (parker13) said : #4

It should play the one floating in space for 20 seconds or so and then switch to the one with the background.

If it doesn't, then let me know!

Thanks.

Mark Coleman (mcr-mame) said : #5

Hi,
Thanks very much. I will let it run and see,,,

Mark

2008/9/4 Garry Parker <email address hidden>

> Question #33944 on Eternity Screensaver changed:
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> Garry Parker proposed the following answer:
> It should play the one floating in space for 20 seconds or so and then
> switch to the one with the background.
>
> If it doesn't, then let me know!
>
> Thanks.
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