The Inquirer have had a test of Ubuntus 64-bit version and found it not quite ready for common use yet.
Read the -despite all – very constructive article here.
I don't want to put all the blame on Ubuntu, perhaps it was bad luck and an unfortunate choice of applications and hardware, but I'm too tired to keep trying. Hey Sun, could you guys please brings JDS R3 back to life? the world needs a “Lindows-like simple desktop, but with Gnome and Java” kind of distro, without SUSE's “everything and the kitchen sink” bloat and that doesn't buy into Novell's attached “forever-chasing-Microsoft” Mono agenda.