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Why Ubuntu (Still) Sucks – Part 1&2

This blogger at Infoworld seems to take some offense against Ubuntu, as “it's still just another Gnome-based Linux distribution and, as such, remains well behind the curve when it comes to desktop sophistication.”
Read the comments here

Quote:

The above is just one example of how integrated search can fundamentally alter (for the better) the way you interact with your desktop environment. And try as I might, I can't reproduce this capability under Ubuntu 7.10 “Gustsy Gibbon” – even after a weekend of trolling through the Synaptic Package Manager looking for anything that would enhance the OS' otherwise anemic search mechanism.

And here is part 2

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