[ubuntu-uk] Ubuntu: Too Good to be True?

Gregory Kirby Gregory at 1sthome.co.uk
Mon May 7 11:55:49 BST 2007

In message <463EBB17.2040401 at osml.eu>, Jim Kissel <jlk at osml.eu> writes
>A good, non-technical review/article of Ubuntu
>Simple effective migration to Open Source based computing
Interesting article, and aiding my confidence that the way forward is 
not Windows.

Have now managed to play around with the live cd of ubuntu and kubuntu. 
The first thing I noticed is that I was unable to see all my drives and 
files in kubuntu. This was important as I wanted to see how to migrate 
file formats over.

Would kubuntu have installed a virtual drive/directory for the purposes 
of the exercise, or should I have been running as it will be after a 
full install?

My mind grappled with the possibilities and I came down to the two 
drives on my machine being NTFS rather than Fat 32.

Still having trouble getting on line ubuntu/kubuntu. It could be the 
terminology is different so I am putting the wrong things in the boxes 

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