Unity Interface in 10.10 Netbook Edition

Lachlan Musicman datakid at gmail.com
Sun Oct 31 03:12:03 UTC 2010

On Sun, Oct 31, 2010 at 07:46, Tarun Khanna <tarunkhanna at gmail.com> wrote:
> At some point this thread digressed from the original topic, but I guess
> that's fine.

It didd, but at least it was interesting :)

> As suggested earlier I posted my concern on the ubuntu devel mailing list.
> Apparently all of them are known issues and they are working on them.


> I switched the desktop to regular Ubuntu Desktop and am happy once again.
> There was a huge performance improvement, even flash plays a lot smoother. I
> never realized that poor performance of flash was due to Unity.

Can I ask how you did that? I tried logging into the Ubuntu Desktop
from the Gnome login screen, but I still get the NBR interface :(

> A not for all the noobs. Please DO NOT install the Netbook Edition on your
> netbooks or nettops. It's pathetically slow and doing so runs the risk of
> giving you a bad impression of Ubuntu and Linux. Ubuntu is an amazing
> distribution of Linux and Linux in general is awesome.



Not good enough for Republicans. Peter Diamond, a 70-year-old
economist at MIT, just won the Nobel Prize in Economics. Peter
Diamond, the very same 70-year-old economist at MIT, was appointed to
the Federal Reserve in April by President Obama but has had his
confirmation blocked by Senate Republicans who doubt his economic
qualifications for the job. Strange place that United States.
 - 20101012, Richard Farmer, crikey.com.au

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