[ubuntu-us-in] Printer/Scanner issue
d.claflin.07 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 22 12:18:40 BST 2009
I cant agree more, I've been using Linux Mint awhile now and switched
to Ubuntu 9.04 to see what was new and im not going back. It just
plain kicks ass! I am very impressed with this release. It feels
very smooth and fast. I have been showing it off to a co-worker of
mine and to test it we plugged an air card in to see if it would
detect and use it easily. Even i was amazed when the setup window
popped up! It was running and online in seconds! I did the same
thing with the same card in winblows and it took probably 5 minutes to
get the damn thing going. I love Ubuntu Linux.
On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 7:42 PM, John McClellan <macbuntu at comcast.net> wrote:
> Just a by the way... Jaunty is sweet! I loaded the Beta a couple of weeks
> ago and I am Impressed!
> Maybe it's just the luck of the draw with my hardware but I haven't had
> glitch, or issue #1...
> Although Hardy was solid, and Intrepid an Improvement, this release is just
> flat out stable and didn't need a ton of tweaking to get it to my liking.
> I swore that this time I was staying with Hardy LTS for it's duration, but I
> have moved everything to Jaunty on my everyday workhorse.
> Hope it works as well for everybody else!
> I've been using Ubuntu since Warty, and just for the grins. I booted the
> live CD the other day and MAN!
> We have come a long way baby!
> On Mon, 2009-04-20 at 14:48 -0400, Simón Ruiz wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Michael Schultheiss
> <schultmc at cinlug.org> wrote:
>> Jaunty's no longer Beta, it's already in Release Candidate stage (which
>> is very close to the final release).
> I sit corrected. :-)
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