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jeffwaltzer at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 15:24:43 GMT 2009
I had some issues on my upgrade. Briefly I had trouble with
auto-mounting USB drives (seemed to get fixed with a recent update). My
grub menu.lst didn't update correctly (Good thing I had a live Ubunutu on a
USB stick) (probably my fault). And I am getting no sound out of my S/PDIF
port (I've not had the time to look into but the good old fashion analog out
still works). Overall not so bad for me.
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 9:14 AM, Ron Swift <rswift at swiftstaffing.com> wrote:
> The problems that some of us are experiencing with the 9.10 release are
> real and troublesome. I have a number of workstations, laptops and
> netbooks that are running it just fine, but as I have mentioned before,
> two Dell Dimension 2400 workstations that freeze when running 9.10.
> I would hope that Canonical focus on backward compatibility as it adds
> new and exciting features to future versions. I also think that quality
> and getting it right should trump meeting release deadlines. Also, why
> do we need new releases every six months?
> Josh Rhoderick wrote:
> > I think it's funny that people are having so much trouble with Karmic.
> > the first version of Ubuntu since Gutsy that works perfectly for me on
> > of my various hardware. Either way, the next LTS is going to rock.
> > you don't innovate by "leaving well enough alone."
> > Look here for an explanation of wave:
> > http://wave.google.com/help/wave/about.html
> > -- Josh
> > On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 12:09 AM, ERLEBUD <erlebud at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >> why not? the latest version of Ubuntu is a disaster waiting to happen.
> >> They should have left well enough alone while everything was working.
> >> motto in the world: IF IT WORKS DON'T FIX IT! WHAT IS A GOOGLE WAVE?
> >> We'll see how long it takes to set it up. It is 12:09 a.m. right now.
> >> leg
> Ron Swift
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