[kubuntu-users] Re: Reasons ro choose Kubuntu over Knoppix?
o.sinclair at gmail.com
Tue Aug 8 15:22:45 BST 2006
Good points altogether but we can always wish, right? Nevertheless, the way
I see it either EasyUbuntu or Automatix sorts any problems. Honestly I think
Automatix is a bit toooo much and have not tried EasyUbuntu myself but I
would go EasyUbuntu. Did use Automatix on a Kubuntu and ended up with a fair
bit more than I felt I needed.
And I am happy to see I was wrong about the Nvidia / ATI drivers as I
believe those must be very much sought-after by users.
Sorry if I am off-topic now.
On 08/08/06, Tez <binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> Jonathan Riddell wrote:
> > On Tue, Aug 08, 2006 at 02:41:23PM +0200, O. Sinclair wrote:
> >> I can see your point there... I hate this drivers business myself
> >> wish most distros were not so "pure at heart" on this.
> > Freedom is important. Proprietry drivers are both legally dubious and
> > impossible for distributions to support properly. Nethertheless we do
> > include nvidia and ati drivers on the CD contrary to what you say below.
> > The latest version of amarok in Edgy also includes automatic setup and
> > download of mp3 codecs.
> > Jonathan
> Yeah, that was cool when I tried to play mp3 in amarok, not realising I
> hadn't installed mp3 support yet, and it asked me if I wanted to install
> it then.
> The thing you have to remember about Linux on the desktop is that it's
> only now becoming a real alternative to other OS's (in terms of
> stability, ease of use, and usability), and (K)Ubuntu (compared to some
> other distros) quite a new kid on the block. Personally I think the
> advances in Linux over the last 2-3 years have been mind blowing and
> things are only going to get better.
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