I just came across a great Ubuntu Dapper resource. Check out, “Prepping Ubuntu for Everyday Use – 25 tips to make Ubuntu 6.06 LTS perfect” by Keir Thomas. I’m guessing it’s a teaser to help sell the related book, “Beginning Ubuntu Linux: From Novice to Professional”. As good as the tips are I’m sure the book is awesome. I’ll be getting mine from nerdbooks where it’s almost $6 cheaper then amazon..
The tips site was good enough that I was able to get my Broadcom BCM4318 wifi card up and running with ease. So cross that off my Ubuntu TODO list. Now, I need to get dual monitor support working.