Habitual wrote:I do not and will NEVER again run any "Ubuntu derivative" (Misnomer, they are Debian derivatives, Thank You) as a Desktop OS.
Evil-K wrote:"So many people are ungrateful to be alive..."
tek_heretik wrote:Habitual wrote:I do not and will NEVER again run any "Ubuntu derivative" (Misnomer, they are Debian derivatives, Thank You) as a Desktop OS.
Why? You didn't say why, just curious, you say something like that, with so much conviction but yet don't offer a reason. "Inquiring minds want to know", lol.
Edit: And oh, please tell us what you ARE running and why?!
Habitual wrote:Fair enough, but suffice it to say after 17 years of IT Support and Administration, I am not fond of a "One size fits all" approach to anything.
I favor industrial strength distributions, not the "flavor of the month" variety. I guess I really HATE the gnome3 experience?
I currently use and favor OpenSUSE 11.4 under gnome v2.32.x
Now you may ask why I hang out here?
Well, I used to use LM10 (Loved it) but it just didn't seem to have the "legs" I needed as an everyday Desktop.
Hope that satisfies your curiosity.
Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays...
tek_heretik wrote:Evil-K wrote:"So many people are ungrateful to be alive..."
Lol, that's a creepy profile pic man.
tdockery97 wrote:I'm currently using Mint 12 Lisa, but I've installed KDE on it and removed Gnome 3 and MATE.
bimsebasse wrote:Why not just stay on the earlier versions until they're obsolete? There's no need to either go Mint 12 or find something else right now - Mint 11 will probably work fine for several years, and Gnome 3 will be more mature by then. It's a bit strange to observe all this panic.
frodopogo wrote:I'm also a refugee from Windows XP... I have a dual boot system, and am using Windows less and less.
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