|16th March 2013, 07:32|
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I've been on Fedora 18 for about a month now and all is pretty shakey. Up-dates about every 2 days and as far as running a dual boot option, well, probably not in the near future. I like Linux, but it seems that when they get it together, another "new" comes along.
|16th March 2013, 09:21|
Join Date: Jul 2009
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I made similar experiences, as I upgraded (-mistakenly- ) from Lucid Linux 10.04 to Precise Pangolin 12.04. The upgrade was mistakenly, because I was going to update my vers. 10.04 and hit the wrong button. My mistake at all.
The dual boot system was broken, I have to start with the hardware (boot option) now. The dual boot is existent, but it doesn't work automatically now. I have to repair it.
The Precise Pangolin 12.04 appeared with the new push buttons (no menus any more) what is a complete mess. I'm feeling reminded at some computer games. Accidental operations being on the agenda now. And the search for special programs too. Some of the installed programs were gone.
Those push buttons called Unity are a complete sh** (!!!) at a PC. It might being adapted for cell phones with a touch screen; but for a PC it's simply inaplecable.
All trials to install a menu instead are failed.
I will soon reinstall an other version of 12.04 with a menu, I've found elsewhere and it will be a new install and not an upgrade.
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