Linked by Kroc Camen on Sun 3rd Jan 2010 22:34 UTC
Podcasts The problem with the future is that by the time you get there, everything is pretty normal. Now that we've arrived in 2010 (something I could hardly imagine 10 years ago), we're now met with the annual tradition of predicting what will happen this year. Now that Kroc, Thom and Tess have recovered enough from the new year we discuss KDE 4, desktop OSes vs. the web and the issues of privacy and government involvement in the Internet--that is, when we managed to stay on topic. More coffee!
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RE[2]: Kubrutu!
by fury on Mon 4th Jan 2010 22:42 UTC in reply to "RE: Kubrutu!"
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Yeah I was just playing. The dilemma is, as Tess said, Debian *is* just eons better than RPM-based distros, and Ubuntu is a very decent, highly-supported distro which has a pretty big mindshare among Linux laymen. Add one K and you have a steaming pile of crap.

It doesn't really bother me though because I know tooo much about how Linux works underneath so it's not usually too hard to wrestle with the brokenness and annoyingness.

I'll admit I've never had trouble installing Flash 10 using the official Canonical repositories.

I always enjoy the OSNews podcasts btw! You guys are great! Still could use some tweaking on getting the volumes normalized though.


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