Ubuntu 10.04

J jtc at totaltravelmarketing.com
Fri Sep 24 14:35:40 UTC 2010

On 9/24/2010 9:46 AM, Darcy Casselman wrote:
> Hi Jose,
> If there's something you need help with, let us know.  Please report
> specific bugs on Launchpad so we can make Ubuntu better.
> If it's your preference, or you're having more success with SuSE,
> Fedora or Centos, I'd recommend sticking with those.
> Darcy.
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 9:08 AM, Jose<jtc at totaltravelmarketing.com>  wrote:
>> hi,
>> Not wanting to offend the hardcore guys, how is that one every single
>> occasion I have installed ubuntu on any edition, after the initial
>> install, I get the bunch of updates and then something stops working
>> Just installed 10.04 on three decent desktops (as per older hardware),
>> 512 RAM, intel chip video, integrated network on board, Celeron
>> machines, first install, no problem has described above, once I get the
>> updates, something craps out, gnome no longer displays correctly or
>> network just stops working or grubs doesn't even show up when booting up
>> or apt-get can retrieve any data or the machine is uncapable of a proper
>> shutdown because of getting stuck on the network manager during the
>> shutdown sequence, these are the things that come form the top of my
>> head right now
>> On the other hand, I've installed Suse or Fedora or Centos, same
>> hardware, same scenario, no problem whatsoever, the motto of "just
>> works" has never applied to my case at least when using ubuntu
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Well, its more about the thing that every single place has this thing 
for Ubuntu, where is glorified to the point where is upsetting to see 
that "just it works", when it doesn't, not misunderstand me, I like 
Ubuntu, but this software may "just work" on newer hardware rather  than 
older, but of course Canonical wont tell you that

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