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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


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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