[SATLUG] Re: Ubuntu 'Karmic Koala' 9.10 impressions? ... and
mguhlin at gmail.com
Sat Jan 2 14:25:05 CST 2010
Howdy! Have you read this forum post--referenced by LifeHacker--on how to do
away with the network requiring keyring
Would that solution work on the distro you're using now?
Email - mguhlin at gmail.com
On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 1:20 PM, Daniel J. Givens <daniel at rugmonster.org>wrote:
> On 1/1/2010 8:43 PM, David Hayden wrote:
>> Hello everyone. I'm pretty new to satlug and relatively new to linux I
>> suppose. I been subscribed to the mailing list for a couple months but
>> this'll be my first post. I had to get in on all this ubuntu 9.10 love goin'
>> I'm a dissenting voice here. I started using linux with 8.04 which I
>> stuck with through to 9.04. I was dissatisfied with the 8.10 release for the
>> same reasons I'm disappointed with the 9.10 release and it's because they
>> both feel like beta releases.
>> I'm a slacker myself but I use ubuntu for my family and I wouldn't dream
>> of upgrading their machines as it would certainly just break things.
>> That's just my two cents. Ubuntu bugs me in general. It doesn't always
>> obey stuff I tell it to do.
> I have had issues with 9.10. I had been running it on my MSI Wind U100
> netbook. 9.04 ran acceptably, but since upgrading, the system became almost
> painfully slow with and without the accelerated desktop effects enabled.
> Also, after upgrading to 9.10, I lost the ability to adjust the screen
> brightness. To be fair, the same thing happens in Fedora 12 and seems to be
> more of an issue with the Gnome Power Manager.
> At this point, I've switched to Debian testing with a very slimmed down
> environment. Slim instead of GDM, xmonad for my window manager + xmobar &
> trayer. I'm using Claws Mail instead of Thunderbird or Evolution so the
> slowest thing I'm running is firefox now. There are some things that aren't
> quite as seamless, such as having to unlock the gnome keyring for
> NetworkManager when I log in, but that's only minor and I can live with it.
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