Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 2nd Jun 2006 19:56 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu As was to be expected, a flurry of reviews of Ubuntu Dapper Drake, released yesterday. LinuxForums reviews Ubuntu and Edubuntu/Kubuntu, while ReviewLinux sticks to just plain Ubuntu: "Dapper Drake is a huge step forward since Breezy Badger. I was impressed in many ways. The package management got even better than before. The artwork is fantastic. The networking features are great. Gnome is fast and responsive, and the desktop is full of little applets, applications and shortcuts which make it very easy to do most common things."
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RE: Laptop support?
by toogreen on Sat 3rd Jun 2006 04:42 UTC in reply to "Laptop support?"
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Not only it supports wireless cards, but now it also has Centrino support. I have a Centrino Duo on my ACER laptop and when I had the previous version of Ubuntu (5.10) I could only use wireless through a PCMCIA, even though I had centrino already.

How pleased I was when i tried dapper and found out I now have wireless up and running without any card! ;)

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