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Thread: Intrepid vs. jaunty.

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    Intrepid vs. jaunty.

    This is a poll. I wish to start a discussion on if jaunty is ready. Vs intrepid. What do you think.

    EDIT: Drat! I posted this topic before I could post the poll.......


    Questions:

    What ubuntu version do you use?

    A. Jaunty

    B. Intrepid

    C. Other ubuntu version, other linux, or other os.

    Is jaunty ready to make it's big premere (it's good to go)

    A. No, too many bugs to quash

    B. Yes, absolutely

    C. Other (explain)

    And what ubuntu do you prefer?

    Explain in you post.
    Last edited by dragos240; April 28th, 2009 at 01:33 AM.
    .i coi rodo

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    Re: Intrepid vs. jaunty.

    Don't want to try Jaunty yet Am happy with Intrepid I need time BTW if you want to poll I see no poll box!
    EDit Sorry

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    Re: Intrepid vs. jaunty.

    Jaunty has a much faster boot-up over Intrepid, and is much snappier all around.

    I also noticed less memory usage over 8.10

    Besides the VLC in separated screens, I have not experienced any other "bugs" VLC was fixed, moving from v 0.9.2 to v 1.0.0
    Last edited by |Mitch|; April 28th, 2009 at 01:43 AM.

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    Re: Intrepid vs. jaunty.

    No problem. Sorry for this, oh I wish vbullitin gave an option to add a poll like IPB does.
    .i coi rodo

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    Re: Intrepid vs. jaunty.

    I am using Jaunty on my desktop and Jaunty eebuntu on my netbook. I prefer Gnome, although I only used KDE for a couple of weeks. I did use XFCE for a while and liked it very much. I have not had a problem yet, I think it is solid and ready to go!
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