Linked by Jeremy LaCroix on Mon 22nd Aug 2005 18:38 UTC
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu My search for "the perfect Linux operating system" this time brings me to the latest incarnation of Ubuntu, version 5.04, also known as the "Hoary Hedgehog Release". Previously I was using Fedora Core 4, however due to some minor bugs it had, I wanted to try something different.
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Ubuntu not for power users?
by on Mon 22nd Aug 2005 20:39 UTC

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There is a claim that Ubuntu is not for power users. I consider myself a power user, I've been using Linux exclusively for almost 8 years now. I've used the whole spectrum of Mandrake, RedHat, Debian, and Gentoo, and I'm a programmer and Linux Sysadmin by trade. I definately don't fit into the "casual user who uses the computer to browse the internet and read e-mail" category. I use Ubuntu for my office workstation and at home because I want something I don't have to mess with. I want something that I know will work without me. I get paid to administer Debian servers at work, and don't want to have to worry about taking care of my system when I get home. Ubuntu does a great job of spanning the gap between casual users and power users. It is a system that is powerful enough for a power user, but easy enough for the casual user.


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