9.10 is a black eye for Ubuntu
Peter N. Spotts
pspotts at alum.mit.edu
Thu Nov 5 19:47:14 UTC 2009
On Thu, 5 Nov 2009 12:49:59 -0500
Mike McGinn <mikemcginn at mcginnweb.net> wrote:
> Hi Tony,
> It does appear that only bad news is reported, but most folks only
> email these groups when they are having problems. I bet Technical
> Support people do not get many calls reporting everything is OK.
Probably right, there. I also wonder if the problems are more
likely to affect (be spotted by) power users rather than us civilians?
I installed 9.10b on a seven-year-old Toshiba satellite 32-bit and a
one-year-old Dell 64-bit. The Toshiba was an on-line upgrade from
9.04, the Dell a clean install from 9.04. Both machines haven't skipped
The gremlins are fickle as they flit about within the Ubuntu
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