Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 1st Apr 2006 16:07 UTC, submitted by i386DX
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu "The Ubuntu team is proud to present the 6th Alpha test, called Flight 6 of our next release, Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake). With Flight 6 comes additional Look-and-Feel improvements, Live-CD installer enhancements, GNOME 2.14 final, and much more." Download the regular Ubuntu, Kubuntu, or Edubuntu. As usual, PowerPC, x86, and x86-64 are supported with both live CDs and install CDs.
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RE[2]: nice
by yorch on Sat 1st Apr 2006 19:20 UTC in reply to "RE: nice"
yorch
Member since:
2006-01-28

"The only drawback [...] is the need to enter a password every time you log on"

For me that one was the reason to un-install Ubuntu and Fedora immediately after installation.

Really, this "feature" is nonsense. If I have authenticated myself into the system why do I have to re-authenticate in order to get into the Wireless Network?

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RE[3]: nice
by porcel on Sat 1st Apr 2006 23:06 in reply to "RE[2]: nice"
porcel Member since:
2006-01-28

Wow, you are one picky dude. Have you given any thought as to why that might be desirable?

And even, if you think this is a severe problem. Why don't you report it as a bug and become part of the solution instead of another nameless whiner who contributes nothing other than enless rants on sites like these?

God, what happened to the day where people took joy in making things better with their involvement?

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RE[4]: nice
by Omega Penguin on Sat 1st Apr 2006 23:14 in reply to "RE[3]: nice"
Omega Penguin Member since:
2006-02-12

Because there is little effort to whining.And I have a question.Are the Flight CDs live or install CDs?

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RE[4]: nice
by yorch on Sun 2nd Apr 2006 15:04 in reply to "RE[3]: nice"
yorch Member since:
2006-01-28

This is not about being picky or not, it's about common sense.

Yes I have given some thoughts about that feature and can't find any reason to have the Network Manager asking the user password each time I logon on. Another "great" idea would be to have a "OOo Manager" that asks user passowrd each time he/she wants to open a text document... or a "Terminal Manager" that asks user password each time he/she opens a terminal...

I did not submitted a bug becasue this is not a bug, it is just part of Network Manager in Gnome. In other words, it's there by design.

Of course I have the option of stop using Gnome but I LIKE Gnome and this annoying security feature is out of the simplicity scope Gnome is looking for.

I think Ubuntu is a great distro, really; but zealotry about Ubuntu remembers me the time of Red Hat 5/6/7, where any criticism about the distro is seen as anti-Linux/OSS propaganda.

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