Alternatives to ubuntu?
lordverminard at gmail.com
Tue Jan 3 19:45:38 UTC 2006
Filip Svendsen wrote:
> I realize this is probably one of the worst possible places to ask
> this, but I'm looking for an alternative to Ubuntu. My problem is that
> the interface feels so incredibly sluggish. I'm not talking about
> startup times of apps, which really doesn't bother me at all; it's the
> responsiveness of apps after they've started. In particular firefox is
> incredibly slow, compared to under windows 2000.
> I really don't want to go back to windows again, so I'm interested in
> if anybody knows how well gnome and firefox runs under for example
> Are their other performance-minded distros out there?
> Venlig hilsen
> Filip Svendsen
you know. linux is known for choice so i will give you some suggestions.
please please solve problems in other more appropriatly named threads.
it really does confuse a person who searches in the archive or on gmane.
gentoo is know for bieng a great source distro. its fast too and has a
large repository (yes larger than debian and ubuntu) of software
fedora is great too. but i left fedora for bieng slow. but i think now
it was cuz it used the i686 kernel that is a bad bad bad kernel type.
suse is very nice
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