heiowge wrote:There was a little fun sorting to nvidia drivers, but far less agro than I had sorting the WIFI in Ubuntu!
ollie wrote:heiowge wrote:There was a little fun sorting to nvidia drivers, but far less agro than I had sorting the WIFI in Ubuntu!
I've had zero problems with Ubuntu 8.10 using a Broadcom chipset in my Asus G1S laptop, Asus 701 Netbook and using a n old Belkin PCI card.
Due to the praise for Fedora 10, I installed and tried it. I am very impressed. There are differences between Fedora and Ubuntu, but not drastic enough to scare off a novice like me.
heiowge wrote:After slightly more than a year of success with Ubuntu Feisty, Gutsy, and then Hardy, I was very excited to install Intrepid. The excitement was short lived - No OOo 3, vanishing taskbars, sound, compiz graphics and lack of persistance on the graphics had me hunting round for a new distro.
-Dave- wrote:Just because there IS an update doesn't mean you HAVE to update. If Hardy was fine, stick with it!
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