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Re: Ubuntu 9.10 is causing outrage and frustration

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____/ Terry Porter on Thursday 05 Nov 2009 03:38 : \____

> On Thu, 05 Nov 2009 01:57:10 +0000, BigglesZz wrote:
>> http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/11/03/karmic_koala_frustration/
>> Ubuntu 9.10 is causing outrage and frustration, with early adopters
>> wishing they'd stuck with previous versions of the Linux distro.
>> And that's a sentiment already being voiced in the Ubuntu forums. Ubuntu
>> 9.10 upgrader graydo64 posted: "Wish I'd done a clean install.
>> Appreciate that as an existing and generally content Ubuntu user I'm not
>> Joe Public but if I were I'd have dropped Ubuntu at about 9.30 last
>> night and toddled off to find a copy of Windows 7."
>> pretty sad reading ..& it is from the Theregister ...  wonder how the
>> cola trolls / sailorsam will bypass this shit storm /disaster ...
>> Bigglesszzzz
> I thought the article *may* have been legit until I came to this little
> gem :-
> "Overall, those installing Ubuntu 9.10 on a clean machine are having a
> slightly easier time than those making the upgrade."
> If that is true, then upgrading must be A TOTAL PIECE OF CAKE, because
> that's what installing U9.10 on a EeePC900 and this quad core workstation
> have been for me.
> So I call FUD, because they first say it's hard, then they say it's easy
> all in the same article.

This author is a known Microsoft booster with am extensive  track record and a Microsoft-only podcast
he's doing with Mary Jo Foley. Watch how almost every complaint about 9.10 points to his article

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