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OS X user moves to Ubuntu

  • Subject: OS X user moves to Ubuntu
  • From: Tony Manco <trmanco-usenet@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2008 18:07:56 +0000
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I am angry

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| I am angry and it sure isn't at Ubuntu. I use an old G4 IBook. I
| keep a dual boot with OSX 10.3.9. I have 10.4 and 10.5 but I just
| like the old one better. I only keep mac for when I mess up my
| Ubuntu I can get to the forums. There seems to be nothing that I
| want to do that I can't do on Ubuntu. I even find things I didn't
| know I wanted it do.  Well you should all know that. Today I was
| reading about these operating systems in the cloud. Like EYE
| OS,G.Ho.ST and Desktop two. I thought that sounds neat I will try
| that. I decided not to do it on my Ubuntu but to swithc to Mac. When
| iI started I had to install the new flash. I had reinstalled to do a
| custom install and cut about 4GB. It said I had to have a later
| system and there is nowhere to install an older flash from Adobe. I
| have the older flash on a backup somewhere but this is the last
| straw. Pure Linux for me from now on.
| Now that I have ranted I would like to thank all the people here
| that have helped me get to the point that I will never again pay
| some creep to tell me how to use my equipment.  Have a great
| Christmas


Linux - You must break it | Windows - It breaks itself

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