So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

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Re: So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

Postby 62chevy » 2010-11-26 04:56

dbbolton wrote:Additional vacuous post



We are talking about Ubuntu so yes it is an empty subject.
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Re: So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

Postby Four23619 » 2010-12-01 14:53

It's the usual steaming pile of poo. And I have to laugh at the 60 updates+ a week which equate to a hundred meg or more, because it's so true!
That's just typical Ubuntu though - release it now, fix it later. I think the 11.xx and 12.xx releases should be a laugh, with their "transition" to Wayland.
Might just have to pop over to the Ubuntu forums during Wayland transition just to read the enormous amount of "Wayland broke my Ubuntu install!" threads. Lolololol. Good times ahead :)
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Re: So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

Postby cynwulf » 2010-12-01 16:35

So... because they release a lot of updates, the distro is shite? OK........
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Re: So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

Postby Tadeas » 2010-12-01 18:46

I've had 60+ updates in just these two days in Debian :lol: . It was about 200 just this week :lol:
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Re: So what do you think about Ubuntu 10.10?

Postby TobiSGD » 2010-12-01 19:10

Tadeas wrote:I've had 60+ updates in just these two days in Debian :lol: . It was about 200 just this week :lol:

I would assume that you are using testing or unstable, it is normal that they get so many updates, because testing is in bugfix-state and unstable is some kind of rolling release.
Ubuntu 10.10 is released, and therefore should be a somewhat stable base, for which such amount of updates simply should not be necessary.
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