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From: Mesanna's Weblog <no-reply@...>
Date: Tue, Nov 24, 2009 at 19:10
Subject: New comment on: Lubuntu delayed
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LXDE has always been excessively buggy for me on every 'buntu and every
'buntu-based variant I've tried. It shows alot of promise and I sure wish
the project well, but I wonder if the folks at Canonical have "done
something to LXDE" to make it so difficult on Ubuntu. It runs great on
Debian, PCLinuxOS, even Mepis. But on any Ubuntu flavor, it crashes, mutes
audio, disables normal shutdown, and "argues" with HAL. U-Lite, Masonux,
Lubuntu-desktop (which REALLY sucks) - all have these annoying bugs which
simply don't appear when LXDE is applied to non-Ubuntu-based Linux. I wonder
what's up with that? But it does help explain the long delays in the Lubuntu
project I guess.
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