I recently reformatted my system for the first time since I originally installed Ubuntu 11.04 on it, and I want to document some of the “gotchas” I encountered. I unnecessarily lost a few hours to trial-and-error, and I hope to spare you the same frustration.
For this rebuild, I personally installed Lubuntu (with an “L”) 12.04, because I hate Unity, and because gnome-panel shares too many of Unity’s constraints (like only supporting four workspaces) to be useful. With that said, I’d imagine that the following advice applies to some of the other *buntus as well.
This was the process I used to install Lubuntu 12.04 to a clean system:
Recently, some of my company’s WordPress sites have become so popular that I chose to migrate them onto a multiple-webserver deployment system in order to keep up with the traffic. I encountered some interesting challenges while setting this up, so I figured I’d document them here.