Re: Latest Ubuntu rocks
- From: JBR <none@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 15:20:17 +0200
Didier Gasser-Morlay a présenté l'énoncé suivant :
Olivier Pons wrote:I've burned and tried the live CD on 3 differents PC at work, and it didn't work. Worse : on my big one (4Gb, 2 Nvidia SLI cards and so on) when booting there's a hardware detection which makes it quit while booting.
I tried to force the install at home (i had the previous ubuntu version) :
Because I had installed both KDE and Gnome, this raised a problem and Gnome don't start at all, whatever I try, so I've given up, and stay with KDE, where almost everything I had installed don't work anymore because it was made for Gnome. That is not a problem to me, but it really annoys my wife, who does just say one thing : "before it worked, now it's broken : how about going back to Windows ?"
what should I say ?
I never had much success with Ubuntu, I have now settled on PcLinuxOS which I highly recommend. I run it on different laptops and desktops and it is stable whilst not lagging in terms of eye-candies (3D desktop etc...) if you are into this. It is clearly a desktop-oriented distro but that being said it is my primary dev machine with a good few servers running (vmware, sybase, apache ...) and it is very stable for me.
I agree. If you're a KDE guy then PCLinuxOS is the way to go. If you're Gnome, then go for Linux Mint.
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