[ubuntu-us-in] Ubuntu 10.10
johnhayden83 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 11 16:33:16 UTC 2012
I would tend to agree with you. I would do whatever works best for you. If
the new were you going to does not work with your computer, Why upgrade and
give yourself problems. Besides, it should still work fine for quite a
while Without any updates.
Of course this is only just my opinion On the matter. But you could
possibly even use a different distro That runs better on Lower and
On Jun 11, 2012 11:46 AM, "Ryan Hoots" <overlord at ryanhoots.com> wrote:
> I was recently thinking about Ubuntu's 2010 releases, specifically 10.10,
> which has just reached its end of life. I liked 10.10 a lot, in fact it's
> still in use on about %25 of my computers because I like it so much.
> So, now that it's retired, I face a problem. Newer Ubuntu releases don't
> work with my hardware very well, even my brand new laptop I just got
> recently. But 10.10 is fine on it.
> My idea is to unofficially continue Ubuntu 10.10's development as a new
> Linux distribution, sort of like what MATE did with GNOME 2. In fact, MATE
> might even be installed on this new distro by default.
> So, I'd like to know, what's your opinion of this idea? Is it worthwhile,
> or is it doomed to failure?
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