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    Re: Is it "safe" for me to switch to Ubuntu?

    UPDATE: Looks like Canonical has decided to push back Mir again. Source: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/10/xmir-longer-default-supported-cards-13-10
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    Re: Is it "safe" for me to switch to Ubuntu?

    Thanks everyone for the replies! I have actually been using Ubuntu for a while now (since 9.04) so I'm fairly experienced with it, just trying to get other people's opinions. :)



    Thanks...
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    Is it "safe" for me to switch to Ubuntu?

    Hello!

    The title might seem odd to some of you, so let me explain a bit. :) When I say "is it 'safe'" to switch to Ubuntu, I ask because of the current situation with Mir. I myself have no...
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    Re: Ubuntu and Mir Question

    Yeah, the main thing I'm concerned with is Intel's pulling of Mir support...hopefully that all works itself out as well :/
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    Re: Ubuntu and Mir Question

    I definitely agree with that. Honestly, I think Mir would be fine if they just kept the X fallback in place and never removed it so that Ubuntu would still work on a vast amount of hardware, even...
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    Ubuntu and Mir Question

    Hello,

    I'm a little confused about all this stuff that's happening with Mir, and I have a question. I use Ubuntu for gaming and I have an AMD GPU. Using proprietary drivers is much, much...
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