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 Do you agree?

 
 by farizluqman on: Aug 25 2011
 
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Do you agree that I said, Ubuntu is designed for lazy people? It is becoming more "easier" to use "compared to Debian", I'm sick with this. And there is many aliases created for the terminal (probably to ease Windows users) like dir, etc... So it's clear enough it is designed for newbies (probably Windows users?)

BUT however, I'm not saying that Ubuntu users are noob. Some of Debian users, even sysadmins use Ubuntu (just for fun maybe)


Everybody loves Windows, yeah, everybody loves it because of its fresh air, and hell, I love my door also...
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 Re: Do you agree?

 
 by TheDarkLighter on: Oct 31 2011
 
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No, Mint Linux and Pinguy OS are even easier and there is nothing wrong with having everything (or as close to everything) working out of the box. Not everybody has the time to configure systems from scratch (Arch) or spend the entire day setting things up. This whole thing is like a debate on wither or not cars should only be custom built by the owners. Not everyone is a mechanic, not everyone wants to be one, and not everyone has the time to build a car from scratch or kits.


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 Re: Do you agree?

 
 by TheDarkLighter on: Oct 31 2011
 
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That said, Ubuntu is clearly aimed at Home users as Unity gets the job done less efficiently then Gnome 2.x and they're focusing more on the "Cool factor" if you will. Meanwhile I wait for Linux mint 12's release.


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 Re: Do you agree?

 
 by aaronlewis1989 on: Nov 4 2011
 
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I doubt this , i'm someone who migrated from Gentoo Linux , i still have lots of stuff to configure in Ubuntu , like firewall , a customized kernel , fonts , etc.


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 Re: Re: Do you agree?

 
 by ButchZ on: Nov 4 2011
 
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Firewall for 6 months? Are you big M?


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 Re: Re: Re: Do you agree?

 
 by aaronlewis1989 on: Nov 4 2011
 
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no , just for the fresh installation , and i set up a simple script to do the job afterwards


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Do you agree?

 
 by ButchZ on: Nov 4 2011
 
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hahahaha
computers vs. real life or <->
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...and i set up a simple script...

hahahaha


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 Re: Do you agree?

 
 by c1rrus on: Dec 2 2011
 
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PCLinuxOS 4 Life , i agree poobuntu has dropped the ball,
We Are The People


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