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Thu May 21 22:14:31 UTC 2015
** Reply to message from Liam Proven <lproven at gmail.com> on Thu, 21 May 2015
> On 21 May 2015 at 08:38, Bob <ubuntu-qygzanxc at listemail.net> wrote:
> > OS/2 is my primary operating system. I am learning Linux/Ubuntu.
> > My laptop has OS/2 and two partitions of Ubuntu (unity). I also have a desktop
> > that has Ubuntu (unity) that is used as file and print server. All the Ubuntu
> > partitions have now been upgraded to 15.04 (the network (both local and remote)
> > with Ubuntu 14.10 worked without problems). The local LAN works without
> > problems in all partitions. On the laptop OS/2 and one Ubuntu partition the
> > remote network works without problems. The other laptop Ubuntu partition and
> > the desktop Ubuntu partition the remote network has problems. Ping looses
> > about 90% of the packets and Firefox can sometimes get a web page displayed but
> > it takes forever.
> > My problem is I do not know where to go to troubleshoot the problem. I could
> > not find which drivers are being used. Any assistance will be appreciated.
> There's not a lot of point running multiple copies of the same version.
In my case I think there is. I use one to learnLinux and experiment so my
screw ups don't wipe out the work I have been doing on the partition I will
later use as my primary system.
> I would advocate keeping 1 of the laptop's partitions, and the
> desktop, on the current LTS version, and just having 1 experimental
> install of the current version.
At this time I have no interest in the LTS version. maybe later.
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