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I am using Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx
I do not envisage ever updating further as I personally do not like the unity desktop environment.
Last edited by CK000; May 2nd, 2012 at 09:14 PM.
I have been using Ubuntu since Dapper Drake, and Maverick was my fav. version.
I had a couple issues w/ Lucid and Audigy sound cards, and just yesterday I downgraded my Precise 12.04 , (formatted over it).
I had to because Precise 12.04 had more errors and crashes than I could tolerate, and almost constant nearly 100% CPU usage even with nothing open.
Although It may be ok if I bought a brand new computer for it?, but I just gave my new computer away to my sister.
The box I tried Precise on only had 2 GB RAM and an AMD64 3700+ though, but,
I have Fedora 16 and openSUSE 12.1 running on it great though, SUSE even ran good with kde desktop from the live CD, though I installed the Gnome 3x desktop for it, (still haven't fixed that) can't put anything on desktop with that so... I will install a better desktop after while, or tomorrow maybe, but Natty works ok on it.
I Still have two Maverick 10.10 installs, and still use them, for some stuff, but like I said earlier, 10.10 was my fav. Ubuntu version of all time (so far), so I couldn't vote in the above poll.
I am using Ubuntu 10.04 .
I just installed 10.04 LTS via Wubi on my laptop.
I didn't go with 12.04 because this system's purpose is to run a web server and internet bridge from others' coming through the wire and connecting to the local wi-fi for internet.
While I don't remember the details of how to do it right now, I am pretty sure I documented it from when I did the same thing last year (w/10.04). So rather than risk uncertainty with 12.04 (since I'm running this Saturday) I went with the tried and true.
Chances are I'll replace it with 12.04 LTS for next year(s) when I have a chance to tinker with it and make sure it works as I want it to.
Was using Lucid up until a week ago when I decided to do a reinstall to clean out some of the junk I have installed on my server and went with Precise.
So far, so good.
I use 11.04 desktop_x86, as much remote- and terminal- connections as I use, and as many breakages since this version, it really is my only choice without reverting to 10.x
I am using 10.04 Lucid Lynx and love it. I will switch when 12.04.1 comes out on July 19th or maybe later.
10.04 is supported until April 2013, so there is no rush.
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