Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Don't Be Silly Pietr.

Don't be silly.
I conducted a little research(by which I mean I performed observaitonal experiments, not google), and I discovered that my computer now runs two versions of Ubuntu, -15 and -16.
Apparently the upgrade broke the support for my hardware; the CD-ROM was forced to record at 11-15 X speed by 16 and refused every time.
The previous version stuck to sleepy 2.5-3.5 X speed however, and works reliably.
I like that the booter gives me the option, too.
Ubuntu is anything-but 'solid as a rock'(sorry Ubuntoids), but it is fascinating and free.
And works mostly.

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