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Ubuntu Disappoints, Breaks Promises With Rapid Growth

It's been a wild ride, but I have definitely not regretted my choice to make Ubuntu a major part of my life. As a full-time user, I have been charged by Windows and Linux user alike for not following their own lemming-like mindsets
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I still run Edgy on my desktop and will likely upgrade it to Debian (proper) once Gusty is released. Ubuntu is a fantastic distro based on Debian that is moving too quickly. So quickly that really obvious errors are making it less and less consistent to use, from my perspective. I'm perfectly alright with the growing pains of some new features, but NM with its zero-conf functionality is asinine. It's a poor utility, and I'm tired of the need to uninstall it on my machines just to get them running.

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