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02-03-2008, 02:41 AM
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I run ubuntu on my notebook. It's really good. I plan to run it on my eeepc too.

03-20-2008, 02:31 AM
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I used to dual-boot Ubuntu. I did that for about two years. I really liked it and prefer it to anything else, but I have to keep Windows around for Photoshop. I haven't run Ubuntu in a couple of months because of time restraints but it is very good.

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I like Ubuntu or anything that even looks like Debian. I haven't updated yet but, look forward to it.

I find you can do anything with Linux given enough time. While, with Lamedows given enough money you can do anything with it. So for all the Lamedows lovers just think emptying your wallet can be just as effective as learning Linux.

Sorry I had to unload on Lamedows.

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Looking forward to the Ubuntu Hardy release. I am happily running the beta at the moment - full release will just add a bit of polish!

Also planning to install it onto my eeepc - if I ever get some free time.

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I have it dual booted with XP on my dell laptop, secondary computer. Wireless doesn't work but I have Ethernet in my room. I like, evey Ubununtu machine needs Wine and Compiz Fusion installed. I also have a custom theme on it.

here is a screeny of mine xD

05-30-2008, 03:56 PM
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when i left the linux world for mac berry did it's first steps , i can see that it's working very well now but what about the installation

because a few years ago it was a real pain in the ass

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I'm a huge fan of Ubuntu and have used it before, however, the ATI drivers and my GPU don't get along. So it's hard to use, I have setup a little NAS server with ubuntu server edition though, and that works great!

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