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    Re: Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    i think this is a thing could get improved. There is a lot of traffic for the updates.

    Optimal if you only had to download that bytes you need.
    Not 100% sure but i remember there is a distro...
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    Re: Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    The question is: why is unity on the desktop? People say it is cause of mobile devices. So if u want u can turn around again.

    From my point of view unity is totally useless, but i wanted to give...
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    Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    Funny i buyed a new car that way.


    It sonds more arrogant.

    Could be the opposit, you try to explain something i knew.

    but you come again and again with this only one story
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    Ubuntu

    And? What did i say about the result of this.

    What has this to do with ubuntu?

    You are the only one who don't get it.

    It costs. time ...

    Try and error, if even 0815 is buggy ...
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    lightweight

    yes, ubuntu is called to be good for old hardware and it is/was better than others that use KDE.

    With my 2D-onboard its hard to use unity, switching to this overview-screen is one of the worst....
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    Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu ?

    The result would be chinese make their own thing - they can not use our software and we can not use the chinese one

    ok, but what is with the people do not want or can not buy such hardware? the...
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    Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu ?

    6.06 (kubuntu) was my 1st ubuntu, too. Needed only a little polish and worked best on normal Desktop. I can not find the positive changes. Ok - the next year was good. And then no more. Conservative,...
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    unisize

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    So you want a very big OS, that is spacially only for a few users? - can not find sense in that
    i think the idea of a standard for starting-point is god. i wanted to say ubuntu-gnome made it...
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    Re: Has Ubuntu lost it's Ubuntu?

    i got censored on ubuntuforums.org cause writing against unity.

    the ubuntu credo is easy and no configurabele look&feel (against kde ...) - now unity - even when updating grub2 > that doesn't fit ...
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    [SOLVED] Re: Require sudo password on partition mount

    @mc4man: RESPECT

    I added an entry for the partitions i do not want in /etc/fstab and the symbols in nautilus disappeared imediatly when i saved fstab.

    But the entries with the option users...
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