my Hardware is a Dual Core (Yonah) Intel 945GT Mini ITX System.
OS on SSD (btrfs) and home on Platter disk (I moved home according to: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Parti ... ome/Moving
The CPU is 32bit thats why I choose the 32bit image.
I had to change the header/image etc. to get the Dual Core running (else it is 486) and Synaptic lets me choose the 2.6. Kernel.
It says package: linux-image-2.6-686-pae but below newest version 3.0.0+39.
Then 18.104.22.168 gets installed (not the 2.6 that was choosen).
How can I get the 2.6 based pae kernel?
The next issue is that Firefox and Thunderbird seem to be brocken.
Firefox does not start at all (not through the menu or with the command line) and does not even show up in htop for a second.
Thunderbird starts but I only get a frame with some code fragments nothing else.
I reinstalled Firefox and now it is working fine.
How can I be sure that nothing else is fundamentally broken in the system?
Did I do something stupid by choosing btrfs (I know its not suppose to be 100% stable)?