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Postby Kilt Gaston on Mon Apr 09, 2007 9:00 am

meh, call me old-fashioned, but I like the good old Windows Classic setup.

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sure, I didn't have to post a picture, but I just felt like showing off my cock. :P
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Postby SpiritXIII on Mon Apr 09, 2007 9:42 am

ahahahahah
poor parrot.
thats a cool wallpaper
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Postby Roberticus on Mon Apr 09, 2007 7:03 pm

Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty beta)
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Postby SpiritXIII on Tue Apr 10, 2007 8:33 am

What is Feisty like...
I dunno I might just go for 7.10 when it comes out
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Postby Roberticus on Sun Apr 15, 2007 2:29 pm

SpiritXIII wrote:What is Feisty like...
I dunno I might just go for 7.10 when it comes out


Probably the same as Edgy, but this one really works 100% with the hardware I have (had difficulties with sound in Edgy).
In my opinion it is abit faster than before and more responsive. The feature "easy codec install" ain't that good (it only installs one codec at a time).. rather use automatix or easyubuntu.

According to forums it is much easier to install Beryl (Desktop effects) now thanks to some adjustments in Feisty.

Ubuntu Feisty + newest Wine = perhaps permanent move from windows xp? =)
Still waiting for the big thing though, and that is Linspire's CnR (Click n Run) feature in Ubuntu.

Would be nice if Nosferatu made it to the Ubuntu Repositories = high speed download servers around the globe > instant hit :)
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Postby SpiritXIII on Sun Apr 15, 2007 5:18 pm

ugh....you actually use easyubuntu/automatix
I reccomend just following the documentation

easyubuntu/automatix is for noobs

(question: how long have you used linux?)

7.04 sounds good. Im gonna wait for the stable version though
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Postby Roberticus on Mon Apr 16, 2007 7:56 am

Yes I use automatix/easyubuntu, cause I don't want to install everything myself through terminal (time consuming and bad for your hair). So much easier to just click on what to install and then Ok and then bam, finished.
I just want it to work so I can do other stuff, so why not use something as good and easy as that? :)

Haven't used linux that much, still learning a thing or two.
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Postby SpiritXIII on Sat Sep 08, 2007 2:10 pm

Roberticus wrote:Yes I use automatix/easyubuntu, cause I don't want to install everything myself through terminal (time consuming and bad for your hair). So much easier to just click on what to install and then Ok and then bam, finished.
I just want it to work so I can do other stuff, so why not use something as good and easy as that? :)

Haven't used linux that much, still learning a thing or two.

Fair Dues...you'll get more and more used to it slowly....
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