Man... I just have not been having very much luck with any distro's other than Mint.
But I saw UbuntuStudio and thought that was right up my alley! So I downloaded it,
which took all freakin' day, by the way and I have 12mb connection!! Then installed
it. Now when I go to boot, it says something about 'low latency' in the boot menu for
Ubuntu Studio selection. What does that mean?
Next, when I go to open the Home folder or any folder, it doesn't seem to want to
open. Then gives me some error prompt that says:
Failed to open directory "ronny" (my computer name is my first name)
Error when getting information for file '/home/ronny/.gvfs': Transport endpoint is not connected.
And another when I tried opening the folder at a different time:
The folder could not be opened
Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply,
the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network
connection was broken.
What does THAT mean??
Also, when I try to install a program from the Ubuntu installer, it starts and then it just
sits there and does nothing. So I end up closing it.
And I tried setting the background of the desktop to one of my photos and it acted
as if it did it, though nothing changed.
This is crazy! I checked the disk THREE times to make sure it was good. Md5 and
ImgBurn which I used to burn the disk and finally the verify disk option when you first
load the disk. Everything reported good. So what could be going wrong?
I tell you... I have tried out maybe 15 different distro's now and most of them had an
issue or several issues. But this distro seemed so interesting, so I signed up to see
if anyone could give me some good advice on how to make this work.
Any info will be much appreciated!