19263Re: [ttlug] Fw: Ubuntu 11.04: The ultimate educational desktop? [ZDNET]
- May 9, 2011Not quite, Gnome3 is a totally new interface and Ubuntu has invested in a
different interface caller Unity, which is also totally different.
Traditional users are sort of being left behind.
As for the changing of an IP address that was most likely caused by their
poor implementation of X networking and NetworkManager, which is a
On 9 May 2011 08:35, "Stephen Sankarsingh" <stephentnt@...> wrote:
> So if I'm getting this right, there's a new version of Gnome that looks a
> lot different from the old version, Ubuntu is using it and people are
> From my limited experience of Ubuntu, the GUI messed up the simple act of
> changing an IP address. For some reason it only worked after a reboot.
> if I changed my IP address via text files some Network Manager programme
> would undo my changes and screw things up.
> Having to reboot to change an IP address is very 90's, then again I may be
> doing something wrong.
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 8:18 AM, Richard Jobity <RichardJ@...> wrote:
>> While we may have been left to the tender mercies of Mr. Shuttleworth's
>> decisions, the changes were rolled out in a public manner.
>> I don't think the Unity interface is *quite* ready as yet, but there's
>> always LTS for those that desire stability in their ubuntu.
>> Plus there is always KDE and the "classic" stylings of deprecated Gnome
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