q0k.character at gmail.com
Wed Feb 3 12:05:55 UTC 2010
On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 8:37 PM, M. Fioretti <mfioretti at nexaima.net> wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 20:21:17 PM +0900, q0k (q0k.character at gmail.com)
> > maintained until the latest date. Why two types - "long term support" and
> > "short term support"
> these are generic software terms.
> long term support: less tools and frills, slightly less new => easier
> to keep bug-free for longer periods
> short term support: latest and greatest of everything, from features to
> eye candy => more possibilities of bugs, hence,
> less commitment from developers to keep it working
> for long periods
> the first is for businesses and everybody else who doesn't want to
> mess with software every other quarter. The second is for people who
> want to experiment and accept for this more frequent re-installs and
> maybe more configuration effort, or DO need some features which are
> absent for stability reasons from the other versions.
Therefore short term support is BETA and I need long term support, right?
I am a new user, I will not be ready to bugs I think
> > understanding what Ubuntu file browser looks like. At Ubuntu website, I
> > see a single hint about it.
> ? The "file browser" is the very first screenshot on the right when
> you load www.ubuntu.com
> In any case, the term more used in Linux is "file manager", not file
> browser, that may be the reason why you don't find anything. The
> Ubuntu default file manager is called Nautilus, type "ubuntu nautilus"
> in a search engine and you'll find lots of explanations and
I'll see. Thank you for the keyword.
> Your own civil rights and the quality of your life heavily depend on how
> software is used *around* you: http://digifreedom.net/node/84
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