Ubuntu Linux for Windows Users
Jun 08, 2010, 21:48 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The latest Ubuntu Linux release seems to have been a huge hit.
Review after Review after Review have pretty much pegged it as the
next best thing since sliced bread, but does this release of Ubuntu
Linux live up to the hype?
"We have been putting Ubuntu Linux 10.04 through the paces for
over a month, and we can see how it received such shining reviews.
It is probably the best Ubuntu Linux release to date, although it
still has some minor problems. For instance, there are still some
issues when trying to install some applications (try to install
gnochm), there are still problems connecting to some NFS Servers
and there is still a lack of Graphical System Administration
"Since we released a Linux Distribution Shootout only a few
months ago and most of the Ubuntu issues we raised in that article
are still prevailiant, we decided against creating a "review" of
this release of Ubuntu Linux and instead focused on one of the new
features that not too many people have touched upon, namely the
inclusion of a new Ubuntu Installer for Windows and how the
Distribution stacks up for Microsoft Windows Users."