View Full Version : what i think about ubuntu
July 6th, 2011, 04:39 AM
Hi this is my first time posting on this forum, I would like to say that I switch to ubuntu in march 2011, just got really frustrated with windows after many years working with it, but that will be another post. I have been wanting to try linux for many years, but was afraid of the learning curve,finally this year decided to try linux, after trying a few live distros, i read in another forum about ubuntu, and how user friendly it was, i decided to try it. at the time it was 10.10, at first did not know what to even do and the terminal (forget about it) but i have to say this forum has great info and the regular posters do know what they are talking about. I have messed up more than a few times and so far i have found the fixes on this forum or i will be guided to another post etc. after four months i fill that i can maneuver my way around. I love that u can type a code or two and "whaalaa" the thing get done. as for some posters that talk about bugs or bad about unity. I know that i don't have the experience that some or most of you have. but my experience so far has been exiting and I love learning computers again. thanks ubuntu Gods and keep up the good work looking forward to the future.
July 6th, 2011, 05:29 AM
That's awesome. Keep learning, ask questions and have fun!
July 6th, 2011, 07:47 AM
Yeah the terminal is so much cleaner than using the GUI. Hell I can install something using dkpg before the software center even opens up!
July 6th, 2011, 12:58 PM
I agree at first didnt know what to wright in it, but reading the posts gives you codes on the project you are working on. for example i have a pretty hard wireless card(broadcom4306)to get a driver for, some of the posters said give up and by a new card, but their was the right post that lead me to the code to wright. I thought it was awesome to be able to tell the OS what to do. and yes a person has to want to explore. If a person just wants the same old windows experience, well they should stay with windows. I like the fact that i have the freedom to do these things without having to worry about a my violating some license law, or having to re-install windows every time it crashes because you did some thing that it did not like, oh and don't forget the re-activation proses.
July 6th, 2011, 01:04 PM
OH yeah one of the coolest thing is to be able to tweak your set up and then be able to put it on all your computers. I did not know how to act with that.
July 9th, 2011, 05:30 AM
I love ubuntu . I install it . It's good
I love linux. I install it. It's good. ;)
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