[ubuntu-za] Ubuntu 10.04
John Piers Cilliers
johnpiers at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 12:40:57 BST 2010
The best part of Ubuntu Linux is that as you go along if there are any
major issues they are sorted out with the help of regular updates!
10.04 is an LTS version (Long Term Support) meaning that it will have
support from Ubuntu for quite a few years. ALL the previous version
subsequent to 8.04 (LTS) are in essence "beta" versions! So this one
should by all accounts be pretty stable and plenty of effort before and
after the release on the 29th should be forthcoming!
I would get a copy and install as fast as I can. I am sure, like I do,
you will really enjoy this version of Ubuntu Linux! In fact, not
withstanding a few small issues, the best version of Ubuntu Linux so
On Tue, 2010-04-20 at 13:07 +0200, Bill Cairns wrote:
> I have been using 08.04 all this time and am looking forward to the
> new version. But I am not sure exactly how the release cycle works and
> what the best way forward is.
> So Lucid is released with a bang next week and lots of people will be
> downloading and installing. Presumably they will also be finding lots
> of those little bugs that always come with new major releases. These
> bugs will be fixed as time goes by and there will be regular software
> updates to keep people safe and happy.
> Presumably after some time - a month? two? - all those corrections are
> consolidated into a new 'release' (I am not sure what the right word
> is) and anyone who does a down load after that will get a version with
> the bug fixes already installed.
> My question is - is it worth waiting for a month or two (or how long?)
> to get a more solid product, or should I submit to my baser instincts
> and do it as soon as possible because I want to play with the new
> Ubuntu? The answer really depends on the quantity of the downloads
> required - if the ISO image is going to be 700 megs and the bug
> corrections during the next however long are going to be 200 megs,
> then waiting would seem the best option. If only 20 megs, then let's
> do it now. (IOK - I know nobody knows how long a piece of string is,
> but previous releases must have given us an idea).
> I live in Modimolle (Nylstroom as was) and wish there were enough
> people to have a get together here. Perhaps there are and we just need
> to get in contact with each other?
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