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Ubuntu 7.04 - Steady updates, fixes, work-around for Compiz

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The updates keep coming in at a steady rate every day. They range anywhere from 20 to 40 packages/update on a given day. It will be interesting to see what is finally touched up and cleaned up for the April 19th official release of 7.04.

Some good news: The display problem with the NetworkManager was fixed with today's updates. It now displays the state of the underlying networking system.

Some peculiar news: I ran into an interesting problem during yesterday's batch of updates that included an attempted update to the kernel.

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