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Where Ubuntu LiveCD Both Succeeds and Fails

Matt Stephens have had a closer look at the Ubuntu 6.06 beta and have a bit of criticism before telling us that he still enjoys it.
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Having said all that, I really like Ubuntu; it’s slick, and easy to figure out. I’m sufficiently hooked to go back for more. The LiveCD was impressive enough that I’ll now use the bundled Espresso to create a more permanent installation – which is probably the main intention of the LiveCD version anyway (i.e. to hook users into committing to something more permanent).

But it does worry me that many potential users will be put off because the initial user experience doesn’t quite go the extra mile (at least not yet).

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