Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 24th Mar 2008 04:42 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "I like Ubuntu. With each incarnation I'm seeing improvements and betterments that make the OS better, more robust, more user friendly and more fully-featured. In fact, Ubuntu 8.04 is the first Linux distro that I've come across that I would consider loading onto my notebook to replace Windows. Throughout my testing Ubuntu 8.04 beta has been reliable and performed flawlessly. Bottom line, Hardy Heron is, for me at least, the best Linux distro ever," writes Adrian Kingsley-Hughes.
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RE[2]: Best Linux distro ever?
by Lengsel on Mon 24th Mar 2008 16:57 UTC in reply to "RE: Best Linux distro ever?"
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Interesting you say you think the BSD license is crude, I don't see what people have against it. Which line(s) do you disagree with?

I actually strongly reject the GPL license because it seems to legally try to force you into socialism and the required redistribution of wealth, and version 3 of GPL seems to step it up a notch into socialist fascism.

At least the BSD license gives full respect for individuality and does not make the software community central above individual freedoms. Even proprietary licenses at face value I don't have objections with. And I am only talking about the license, nothing about the business practices.

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