Removing Ubuntu releases, just Ubuntu
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Sat Jan 16 11:38:46 GMT 2010
El 16/01/10 08:53, arshad escribió:
> Hi think, those who have older comps would find this difficult. as most
> of the time, the new releases won't support them. or it takes some time
> for the bugs to be fixed.
Allthough Ubuntu should be as resource friendly as possible I think it
should be aimed at "current" PCs, there are other distributions with old
PCs in mind. Anyway, with the current model old PCs loose support after
18 month if you don't upgrade to a newer release. Nevertheless I agree
that old PCs shouldn't be discriminated, but I don't see why they
couldn't run in the "no-releases" model. Applications are polished on
every release, being less resource intensive. That's good for old PCs.
New services like tracker are added, but you can remove them from your
> also i think its difficult to roll back to the
> previous good configuration if someone feels to.
This is one of the trickiest part. With this approach we need to be very
careful when new versions are released, so breakages are minimized.
Anyway, people might have access to older versions of the software as
you could have now in the repositories within a Ubuntu version.
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