Suggestions for Ubuntu Article
custom at freenet.de
Sat Jun 11 05:22:41 UTC 2005
On Fri, 2005-06-10 at 16:28 +0200, Erik Bågfors wrote:
> If someone is looking for an application to do X, it's MUCH MUCH
> better if they run the version from "main", that's been tested and is
> supported, than they go trough all of universe and multiverse, search
> for some strange piece of software that's buggy as hell.
> Part of being in main is because it's the "best" one (for some
> definition of best).
Ok.. Have to admit that makes a lot of sense.
> So just because you are not paying for support, you shouldn't receive
> any? That's not a good way to make ubuntu popular. Let's not go down
> that road.
> How do you define "none commercial Linux" btw? Are you saying that
> ubuntu is not commercial??
That's what I thought..? I downloaded it for free anyway. You mean
there's a catch?
Anyway, I'm getting distracted: I think Ubuntu should play mp3's and
DVDs, OR include seriously simple instructions on how to add it. If
they can host instructions on how to do it then they can also go all the
way and put a link on the desktop with some easy clickable links to add
mpeg, mp3 support.
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