Tons of Problems
10.10 64-bit has tons of problems. Banshee crashes all the time. I play one song, it works fine. I play another one, and the application freezes. The console outputs nothing out of the ordinary.
Steam running under Wine development stops working and jams the entire system up, causing audio to skip.
Some idiot at Ubuntu decided that it'd be a great idea to rebind right alt to some third layer crap. Now, I can't use the shortcuts that I've used for a year, even after changing the option in Keyboard.
Compiz's "Show Desktop" effect is gone.
The whole system is slow.
The quick search box in Synaptic has glitched and is appearing on the far right of Synaptic.
GlobalMenu is not available, and AppMenu sucks.
The bootscreen is also goofed up.
I imagine that I'll encounter tons more problems, too.
My previous system, Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit, ran perfectly. No problems. I upgraded to 64-bit because my processor supported it. Now, I'm finding that everything is running like crap.
Should I just go back to 10.04 32-bit, or go to 10.10 32-bit? I don't think I can take any more of this crap. I want to play Left 4 Dead 2, which, by the way, worked beautifully on 10.04 32-bit.