wkrekik at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 17:32:53 UTC 2011
At work I use Mint 9 with xfce 4.6 on top of gnome, and I have newest
software version thanks to diverse ppa/s. (X)Ubuntu or Mint LTS is a good
compromise between stability and updated software IMHO. At home I use
Xubuntu 11.10, no bugs, no glitches.
2011/11/14 ron <roncasa at verizon.net>
> Xubuntu users,
> Perhaps I am taking my frustration in form of this email but I am tired of
> I do not mind an occasional bug issue or fix. By occasional, I mean rare.
> We are supposed to be setting example of stable OS.
> Debian is the only one I know that does this. But alias the apps are too
> old is the drawback.
> I got tired of that OS from Richmond few years ago and looked up (notice I
> said up) to Linux.
> I first tried Ubuntu 8 it was good but some bugs. ver 9 was great but 10
> was terrible.
> I changed to Mint, I found ver 9 very good but 10 had bugs and 11 sucks.
> Perhaps I should stay with a working version and screw the upgrades.
> But curiosity won out.
> I have tried Xubuntu with some trepidation because it is based on
> (shudder) Ubuntu.
> I find this to be much better but continues to display Ubuntu's bugs.
> As a final test, I used microsoft (aghast) vista (my pc is dual boot)
> and found NO stupid problems booting, or display. I used this for week.
> I returned to Ubuntu, and (aghast) the bugs return in boot up process or
> I'm sure there will be offers to help and I would appreciate it.
> Thus this point:
> If you folks are getting together to assemble a new version, please,
> please .... MAKE IT STABLE!
> Stable OS wins with everyone.
> thank you for reading my whine and I apologize for my long "soap box"
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