after 2 weeks of running ubuntu
yaocharlesc at gmail.com
Mon Jun 27 09:13:45 UTC 2005
I agree, we have the same experience with ubuntu in our office as it
crashes or loses wifi signals. It is very disruptive at certian times
especially when we do not know what on earth failed. It is a very good
distro, the best ive used but there are still stuff that need to be
worked out. Maybe it is not just Ubuntus fault but Linux may simply
not be as ready as we would all like it to be.
On 27 Jun 2005 10:58:45 +0200, Matthias Heiler <heiler at gmx.de> wrote:
> Steve Torrefranca <javacide at gmail.com> writes:
> > After 2 weeks we were all impressed even the die hard debian guys.
> > Unfortunately it freezes in all machines when:
> > a. we mount DVDs with huge files. This happens both when we mount DVDs
> > in the middle of our gnome session and during boot-up with the DVD
> > inside the drive (while nautilus is loading).
> > b. randomly freezes when we upgrade kernel to 2.6.11
> I made the very same experience (great user feeling, but freezes) with
> a Dell D610 notebook. It improved when upgrading to 2.6.12 from
> breezy plus adding boot parameters ("pci=bios idle=halt"). There
> still are annoying freezes, but they are bearable (about one freeze a
> I'm using Linux since kernel 2.0.12 and my impression is: ubuntu
> (kubuntu) is the nicest but also the least stable unix environment
> I've used so far.
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