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    [all variants] Ubuntu -- just Debian with a spitshine?

    Is there really any difference between Ubuntu and Debian? I mean, yes, Ubuntu has a nice graphical installer, it comes on a LiveCD, it has some nice Ubuntu-specific configuration tools, etc., but...
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    Re: Hardy: 32 or 64?

    Another good reason (which I just thought of) for using 64-bits Ubuntu is this: The more people using 64-bits operating systems, the more programs will be optimised and compiled for 64-bits...
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    Re: Hardy: 32 or 64?

    If I understand correctly, not much. :) Apparently, it is possible to optimize programs to make better use of x86-64 processors, but usually the 64-bit programs are just recompiled versions of the...
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    Hardy: 32 or 64?

    Is there still any reason not to use the 64-bits version of Ubuntu? I went back to 32 bits for a number of reasons:

    The Flash and Java browser plugins didn't work well (or at all),
    some...
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    Re: Countdown to Gutsy!!!!11 11 1 1 one

    Has anyone noticed that the iso-files are still marked "october 16", even on Canonical's own server? And also that the MD5sums are the same as they were several hours ago? Which means that either the...
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