Benefits of Gutsy over Feisty?
mdhirsch at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 21:30:02 BST 2007
All this is true. I've also found that it no longer supports my ATI
radeon Pro 9200 card very well. For me, I wish I hadn't upgraded, but
if my video worked I'd be quite happy with it.
On 10/23/07, Brad Opferman <bardo88 at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are a few new features that may make it worth while for an
> upgrade. First off Gusty has full NTFS read/write support YAY :). Next
> off there are a bunch of new versions of software that are nice to
> have(Amarok). This version has also added in a new file browser named
> Dolphin which has been nice. The kernel was updated to I believe .22
> which incorporates better laptop power consumption, so if you have a
> laptop it may be a good idea to upgrade.
> These are some of the reasons I upgraded.
> Yogich7230 wrote:
> > On Tuesday 23 October 2007 11:07:35 Nigel Ridley wrote:
> >> Are there any benefits of Gutsy over Feisty?
> >> I read something online that suggested that there weren't really any.
> >> Is it worthwhile upgrading?
> >> Blessings,
> >> Nigel
> >> --
> >> OliveRoot Ministries
> >> http://www.oliveroot.net/
> >> PrayingForIsrael.net
> >> http://www.prayingforisrael.net/
> > Never read that, myself, but I can tell you that Gutsy seems to be living up
> > to its name, on my box --and that's a good thing. If you have a spare
> > partition, give it a shot. :) (I purposely partitioned an 80gb drive so I
> > can test a system while still maintaining my production system, &
> > the /home/<user> directory data is common to both.)
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