On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 11:43:02PM +0000, Lisi wrote: > On Wednesday 29 December 2010 22:55:00 Robert Holtzman wrote: > > That's the biggest bunch of BS I've seen in a long time. I've used the > > last 3 LTS releases and they have been completely stable. > > > > Your posts reflect several earmarks of a troll. > > I have just been doing a course, and a lot of the people on it reported having > severe problems installing 10.10. (I'm not one of them, I have installed and > used it OK, but I still don't like it.) > > Surely the point of Linux is that one has choice? One can make one's choice > for any reason or for none. One man's meat is another man's poison. Why > shouldn't the poor bloke change to Debian just because he wants to do so. > Why does he have justify it or explain himself? I never said he has to. If you check the thread you should see that I was refuting his claim that Ubuntu LTS distros are buggier than non-LTS. Of course Linux presents choices and no one has to justify his/hers. > > I use Debian because I like it. I don't use Ubuntu or its stable mates > because I don't like them. Have those of you who are carping, got cast iron > reasons for being on the Debian user list, that you could justify in a court > of law? Of course. I triple boot and one of the distros is Lenny. > > Come off it, give the guy a break. The trick is for you to read the thread and not weave fantasies. -- Bob Holtzman Key ID: 8D549279 "If you think you're getting free lunch, check the price of the beer"
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