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    pop os and ubuntu forums

    So I installed pop os, because I have no time to tinker anymore and it seemed an easy way to just use ubuntu. After I installed I found out it did not have an old school forum like ubuntu forums, and I really miss it. Community is really underrated. Does anyone knows if Pop os Ubuntu with a few gnome extensions, or is it so different that it needs its own support forum?

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    Re: pop os and ubuntu forums

    The first two main sections of the forum - Ubuntu Official Flavours Support and Ubuntu Specialised Support - are reserved for the official flavours of Ubuntu, but you are welcome to post PopOS questions in the Ubuntu/Debian Based sub-forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by thorbs View Post
    So I installed pop os, because I have no time to tinker anymore and it seemed an easy way to just use ubuntu.
    I find the easiest way to use Ubuntu without the need to tinker is to install and use Ubuntu, and not tinker. It just works for me. Shrug.
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    Re: pop os and ubuntu forums

    Quote Originally Posted by thorbs View Post
    So I installed pop os, because I have no time to tinker anymore and it seemed an easy way to just use ubuntu. After I installed I found out it did not have an old school forum like ubuntu forums, and I really miss it. Community is really underrated. Does anyone knows if Pop os Ubuntu with a few gnome extensions, or is it so different that it needs its own support forum?
    Here is a pop! OS forum, seems quite active. You can also submit a ticket to system76, but I suppose you have to be a paying customer. UF has a system 76 support subforum, I remember years ago system76 employees used to post replies and help but it seems that they have stopped visiting for a while, I think those might be paid employees to provide support but those positions were eliminated somehow. Now that subforum is very quiet as you can check.

    here is the official pop os ppa. I suppose to get updates and bug fixes to ensure things run smoothly you should add that.
    Last edited by monkeybrain20122; June 3rd, 2021 at 08:06 PM.

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    Re: pop os and ubuntu forums

    Quote Originally Posted by coffeecat View Post

    I find the easiest way to use Ubuntu without the need to tinker is to install and use Ubuntu, and not tinker. It just works for me. Shrug.
    But where's the fun in that?

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