changing to debian?
mentoj_dija at gmx.de
Thu Jun 30 15:44:17 UTC 2011
well, i'm using ubuntu for 4 years now. but i finally have enough of it.
i'm tiered of updating a hole system after half a year. i know, that can
be helpfull, but its also annoying. and the change to unity clearly
showed me, that its going into a bad direction, which is not any more
focused on the users. in my eyes.
i probably will stay with Ubuntu studio for music production, but for my
daily work, i defenitly will change to debian (testing). Unfortunately
i'm not smart enough to compile a real-time-kernl by myself. Thats why i
have to stay with 10.04 for my studio distro.
On 30.06.2011 12:14, Ricardo Lameiro wrote:
> Well, ubuntu is based on debian, most of the pacakages used by
> ubuntustudio come directly from debian syncs.
> Bear in mind that making a distro is hard and needs a lot of
> development time and effort.
> Also, I dont think that UbuntuStudio will change to debian as its upstream :D
> Just for curiosity, why did you asked about that? what would be the
> advantages of moving into debian in your POV?
> 2011/6/30 mentoj dija<mentoj_dija at gmx.de>:
>> i don't want to cause any war or smth. and a simple NO is answer enough:
>> but isn't it time to switch to debian to build a studio-distro out of??
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