q0k.character at gmail.com
Thu Feb 4 00:17:25 UTC 2010
I found about Nautilus over here: http://live.gnome.org/Nautilus/Screenshots
Its browser mode is with tree view.
This "file management" is no longer a question.
On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 11:05 PM, Gilles Gravier <ggravier at fsfe.org> wrote:
> On 03/02/2010 13:38, q0k wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 3, 2010 at 9:16 PM, Amedee Van Gasse (ub)
> <amedee-ubuntu at amedee.be> wrote:
>> On Wed, February 3, 2010 11:41, q0k wrote:
>> > 2 basic questions.
>> > 1) I have been using Windows for 5 years. Why should I choose Ubuntu?
>> > 2) Which version is better for home use by a student - 9.10 or 8.4? Why?
>> This mailing list is for Ubuntu user technical support, not for general
>> I'm sorry but you don't seem to have a technical support question.
>> May I suggest that you ask your question on sounder at lists.ubuntu.com?
> Thank you. I will be no longer writing to this list about these 2 basic
> questions. Excuse me.
> Ignore Amedee's ****** mail. You are very right to ask these questions here.
> And you are very right in looking at Linux, and in particular Ubuntu as an
> alternative to Windows. For some users, it definitely does the job.
> You do need to make sure the useful features of your current hardware work.
> In particular, display drivers, networking, and then things like audio, and
> specific peripherals (scanners, printers...). Good news is you can try
> Ubuntu as a live CD. It will even tell you if there are proprietary drivers
> available for your hardware (I strongly recommend you use them, in
> particular for NVIDIA graphics accelerators).
Maybe any person in this list has a Fujitsu S series laptop at home or
in a shop? In the latter place, you could buy it, test it, and then
bring it back to the shop before 14 days come out as an "unsatisfied
Happily NVIDIA is on Fujitsu E series and not at S series ...
I don't know almost single bit about drivers and would like to know
what will work out of the box and what will not. I have some important
information on my computer - I can backup it, but still I would like
the Ubuntu installation to be predictable. Maybe you try it out and
say what drivers I need in advance? A video of the installation would
be good because it's without GUI and therefore complicated
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