I suppose you'll now have to add a bit to the end of
Once I was a happy SuSE user.
But then they released 10.1
along the lines of:
Once I was a happy Ubuntu user
But then I did an xserver-xorg update
Fortunately I saw this before doing any recent Ubuntu updates but isn't it annoying. that these things happen.
spottedcat wrote: First SuSE introduces the new Zen updater that is so buggy that it crashes when doing software updates. So they produce an updated version of Zen to fix the bug, but when you try to use Zen to update Zen... Erm... Um... Oh dear.
Now Ubuntu tries to top that with an xserver update that crashes the xserver. My question is, what will Fedora do? Or any of the other distros?
spottedcat wrote: My question is, what will Fedora do? Or any of the other distros?
Rhakios wrote:You might recall that Fedora got their's over quickly on the release day by ensuring you couldn't install the nvidia drivers, or any other non-GPL modules, to run with the kernel.
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