Re: Things that you hate in Ubuntu
That there is no reliable way of stopping a linux OS PC going to suspend when there is a network user connected to it.
Prove me wrong, but bear in mind that I have just about exhausted everything I can find on the subject on the 'web. The myriad of "scripts" around simply don't work reliably.
I lament that Windows has no such failing.
Update: A little OT, but I just noticed something. My file server (Ubuntu) has wakeonlan enabled. If it's suspended and I attempt to connect to it from a Windows PC, it will wake up. If I want to wake it from a Linux client I have to send a "magic packet", Seriously, which approach is more functional? (ducks head as he waits for the furious fanbois to appear).
Last edited by GuiGuy; April 26th, 2011 at 11:29 AM.
Free is only good when it works.