karmic trashed in Tomshardware.com
ccheney at ubuntu.com
Wed Dec 9 04:53:06 GMT 2009
On Mon, 2009-12-07 at 17:13 -0600, Patrick Goetz wrote:
> I've been out of the loop for a couple of months, so pardon me if this
> has already been discussed, but Karmic got thoroughly trashed in a
> TomsHardware.com review:
> Some of these issues (system freezes when copying large files on ext4)
> I've never heard of before.
If its anything like what I see on ext3, I have been plagued by that for
many years. I have heard rumors 2.6.32 in Lucid traded off some
performance to hopefully finally fix this issue, I sure hope so anyway.
> My personal gripes with karmic were finding out that fakeraid now
> doesn't work at all, a regression caused by grub2
> and that the network applet, nm-applet still doesn't work in a
> multi-user context:
> Either of these is a deal killer for some significant fraction of users
> (e.g. dual booters or household shared PC users, respectively).
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