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Fri Mar 30 13:04:01 UTC 2012
On Fri, Mar 30, 2012 at 8:08 AM, Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 30 March 2012 03:11, Ted Hilts <ehilts at mcsnet.ca> wrote:
>> First problem is
>> that I do not like the new Ubuntu direction(I don't like any of it
> Problem exists between chair and keyboard.
>> because my older machines can't handle the screen behavior
> Use Unity-2D. If you don't like Unity, try Xubuntu or Lubuntu or Kubuntu.
>> and Ubuntu
>> appears to be moving quickly into the commercial side if things
> This is simply not true. Sure, it now has paid services, but it is
> still entirely free & entirely open-source except for some drivers and
> codecs - the same as ever.
>> won't support any of the traditional stuff especially development
> This is also not true and I am sure we would all like to know from
> where you got this very damaging disinformation from, or what gave you
> this negative impression.
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Wish I could help you on the Windows 7 issue. It is working fine on
my wife's W 7home version to my Ubuntu 11.04. I just tested my
daughter's W7 and it is seeing my ubuntu machine. Can you just dual
boot that machine or do you need to have windows? Could you run W7 in
a virtual machine? Does not answer your problem. Maybe there is a
windows forum where someone could help- really sounds like a W7 issue
not a linux one.
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