[xubuntu-users] Problems xubuntu 11.04
brian.collins at alice.it
Sun Dec 11 15:48:38 UTC 2011
On 12/11/2011 02:58 PM, Charlie Kravetz wrote:
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> Brian<brian.collins at alice.it> wrote:
>> Maybe Ubuntu/Xubuntu/Linux-in-general should consider developing one
>> version for a longer period, rather than making so many new distros. It
>> seems like there are always new distros coming out, before the old ones
>> have even been perfected. This would, imo, also encourage Windows users
>> to try Linux, when they see stable versions that aren't changing every
>> month. We know that people want something they can use "out of the box,"
>> and Linux can certianly do that and more. But people shy away from it
>> all when they are always hearing about "bugs" and "fixes" and "updates."
>> So go slower, make more "solid" distros. Linux is here to stay. So let's
>> make it more friendly to the new kids on the block (as we all were at
>> one time or another).
>> Just my opinion..
>> it's mostly about forethought. like not top posting because it makes
>> following the conversation difficult and cumbersome.
>> regards, jr.
> Please do not top post. Mailing list etiquette is given in . To top
> post replying to a person who already advised that it is bad etiquette
> seems like an insult to all the mailing list users.
> If you are interested in a long term support, why not use those
> releases designated as LTS, which have three years of support.
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Sorry everyone; I changed the composition settings on my webmail client.
Anyway, I agree that LTS distros are the best suggestion, especially for
people who don't want a lot of hang-ups, just an OS that's open source
and that _works_. I think many Windows users shy away from Linux for
fear they'll have problems. And in fact, many distros do have small bugs
that can become big bugs if you need the PC for work, deadlines, etc.
Personally, I enjoy trying new distros. Every now and then I install a
new Linux version to see how it performs. But not everyone has that
curiosity and the free time to learn to use them.
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