is breezy stable enough to use

S. Donig my-mailfloods at
Thu Jun 30 10:30:32 UTC 2005

Am Donnerstag, den 30.06.2005, 11:24 +0200 schrieb zunbeltz:
> Hi
> I'm in hoary in my desktop computer. I've bought a laptop (samsung X05)
> and i want to know if hoary is ok for this laptop (power managament,
> hibernate/suspend...) or i could try breezy. Is better to wait for the
> breezy release (or another colony, for when?)
> thanks,
Well, I'm using hoary updated to breezy and so far more bugs and
problems are gone than new problems have occurred. The situation is now
quite similar to the times when I used Sid.
The only thing I lost is frozen-bubbles (some python incompatibilities
if I remember correctly...) [You can really live with that, I guess ;)]
and I desperately avoid upgrading mysql as mysqlcc and mysqlnavigator
are in hoary only.
Other features are added, among them gnome-power-manager (haven't tried
it yet), a younger version of liferea, quodlibet and so forth. 
The real drawback is that I couldn't get beagle to search in files
(which it did in 0.9.something). But that's unstable ;).
By the way: Anybody made a similar experience with beagle?

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