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    Not happy with ubuntu so far


    I had gotten away from Linux for a while and really want to get back to it and even though I have been using it for 4 years or so I still consider myself a noob. I recently installed fc3 and was amazed at how much better linux is with a lot of things straight out of the box: usb, 3d acceleration, browsing windows shares, finding files, updates, samba, everything seemed to just work. On the other hand, Ubuntu: trying to set up raid during install: clumsy, not able to streamline installation (that I could see) to fit on a small (9gb) hard drive, totem player: doesn't load (on a brand new install this is pretty weak), no partitioning gui (been in redhat and mandrake since at least 7.0 and 8.0 respectively), no hardware config/ browser like yast. Yeah I know there is stuff to do it via command line and I found a few things, but dang, I don't want to invent the wheel every time I want to do something. I'll keep at it but right now I say it sucks.

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    Really...?
    I've always considered Microsoft Windows to be not ready for the desktop...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jens
    Really...?
    I've always considered Microsoft Windows to be not ready for the desktop...
    To whom are you responding?

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