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Old 10-02-2009, 04:10 AM   #1
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LXer: Ubuntu 9.04 more stable than 8.04 on my particular rig


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I'm a big proponent of the long-term-release concept in operating systems because I think both the enterprise and the home user doesn't want things breaking and should have the option of sticking with a particular distribution longer than 6 or 12 months. And I stuck with the current long-term release of Ubuntu 8.04 for well over a year because it worked fairly well with the particular hardware I'm using. But often a new release can clear up problems and be more stable than the perceived "stable" release.

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