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  1. 5

    Pavel

    ubuntu 12.10 is the best OS i have ever used it runs fucking well, everything works only small things to fix

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  2. 4

    Dylan

    Im sticking with 12.04… it is quite literally the best Ubuntu ive ever used. I always planned to stick with LTS releases before but never succeeded.

    This time I think I can stick with 12.04 until the next LTS.

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    1. 4.1

      finid

      Choice.

      Btw, I’m rooting for your project.

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    2. 4.2

      nobody

      +1

      Best Ubuntu release for years. Much more stable and faster than the 12.10.

      Reply
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  4. 3

    Moschops

    One character password?

    It’s about choice. I choose Linux. I choose Ubuntu. I choose a one character password if you damn well want to. It warns me that it’s not a good password, and that’s where it shall stop. If I want a one character password, that’s my choice.

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  5. 2

    piter

    Unfortunately I had to switch back to 12.04 LTS from 12.10 which was quite buggy. Daily crash reports, skype-wrapper does not work as in 12.04 (Cannonical has changed some API) and last but not least – second update which came (new kernel and stuff around) just made my laptop unbootable. Grub displayed command prompt and there was no way to fix it – I tried to reinstall grub from live CD few times. For me it is really fail – 12.04 works like a charm so I’ll skip 12.10 and I’ll wait for next LTS.

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    1. 2.1

      Eddie

      Sticking with the LTS versions is a good option. I have installed 12.10 on another partition but for my main system I always use the LTS versions. You can use any number of PPA’s to keep software up to date on the LTS releases. I haven’t had the problems mentioned on 12.10 but that’s just me. All in all a good review.

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      1. 2.1.1

        João Lacerda

        I have had exactly the same problem, for me it was impossible to work with 12.10, I have tried 3 install but not changes only crashes after crashes , now I am back to 12,04 much faster and stable. Maybe I will try the next one on the virtual machine,

        thank you friends

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