Ubuntu & Linspire
manchicken at notsosoft.net
Fri Feb 9 00:17:17 GMT 2007
I'm sorry you feel that way, but I really do think that this is the most
ridiculous thing I've heard in a while. Choose your distribution as you see
fit, but don't sit there with such arrogance to say which distribution others
should choose. If this news is a problem for you, then it is your problem.
If you have a problem with ubuntu or kubuntu, perhaps you should just switch
and quit being a stick in the mud for the rest of us. Trolling on a mailing
list isn't really going to change anybody's mind.
On Thursday 08 February 2007 13:19, Joe Hart wrote:
> Well, that to me is the straw that broke the camel's back. I'm all for
> the advancement of Linux and of it gaining popularity, but I was already
> leary of the way they were heading...trying to remove the command line
> from Linux is just as bad as Windows 95 taking away DOS.
> Perhaps I have just grown out of the hand-holding of the community. I
> don't want things easier because that makes them transparent. Perhaps
> Debian itself is a better alternative. At least that community is the
> one that is doing most of the work, and THEY know when things are
> stable. The only downside is that they support too many different
> architectures that hold them back. There are others...
> Let Ubuntu/Mepis/Linspire/Mint be for the new converts. The real
> hackers won't run them anyway. You want good information, you need to
> turn to Debian and since Dapper, compatibility with Debian has been
> waning. Dapper is good, Edgy is OK, but I am afraid that Feisty will
> never make it on my computer.
> Do I hear Sid calling? Perhaps Gentoo is knocking on the door...
> The beauty of Linux is to be able to choose. I choose control over my
> The beauty of Linux lies in the fact that there is a distribution for
> everyone. I wish all of you the best of luck.
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