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  • While I agree with you that it's a tad irritating that some things are missing by default, I can see why they'd be missing:

    • The extra repositories are missing presumably because they aren't Ubuntu-supported software. By using these you have to take more responsibility for knowing what you're doing and looking after your computer, so it's good that people can't use them accidentally. By default users will only install software that Ubuntu know how to support.
    • The codecs are missing presumably because of
    • Yeah, that's what I figured, too. The fact that the problems were so minor is a compliment. But I like to look at UI issues with a very selfish eye. Particularly things associated with licensing issues, in an ideal world it should not impact on my end user experience. Alas.

      And to further compliment, I tried the most obvious thing to put a terminal button into the menu bar... I opened the applications menu and dragged the terminal icon into the menu. It worked!
  • I've always done perl development on my Windows XPO installs just so I could play all my games. my servers were also FreeBSd, and I had a FreeBSD partition on my laptop as well.

    Last month I went to the Ohio Linux Fest where they were handing out Ubuntu CDs like they were water. I've been running Ubuntu on my laptop ever since.

    The wireless stuff in Breezy is still a little flaky. A lot of people seem to be having problems with the verison of the madwifi drivers in the kernel...things like network not startin