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Old 06-17-2009, 06:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Report: Good-Bye Ubuntu, Hello PCLinuxOS

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After almost two years of relying on Kubuntu and Ubuntu, your editor has had enough. Farewell faithful *buntus, hello and welcome PCLinuxOS. Will PCLinuxOS work out better? Will I pine for the good old alliterative animal days? Will I become dissatisfied with PCLinuxOS and swap it out for something else? Is any Linux good enough?

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I'm very much liking PCLOS 2009.1 Gnome at the moment.


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