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  • zoomblab
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    Good. I love LTS versions and I use them exclusively since 12.04. I think it was the year I decided I would no longer be a beta tester. Of course I will wait for 22.04.1 before I even try it. And Kubuntu because I like stable functional workflows and being a gnome user is even worse than being beta tester.

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  • sarmad
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    now defaults to using GNOME's Wayland session with NVIDIA's driver
    This doesn't seem to be correct. Someone mentioned that the change was reverted, and I also don't see that in the release notes: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/jammy...-notes/24668/1

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  • higgslagrangian
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    I left the Ubuntu train-wreck in 2015 (for Debian jessie). As other have expressed, I never looked back.

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  • castlefox
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    I am excited to upgrade my system from 20.04 to 22.04 tonight.

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  • caligula
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    Originally posted by zexelon View Post
    Lots of interesting changes on this wrt the kernel. Will be giving it a few weeks though for final bugs to be worked out...
    What changes? Is it better than the 5.17 kernels in rolling release distros?

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  • waxhead
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    Originally posted by Sin2x View Post
    I switched to Debian testing after 20.04 and never looked back. Life's good! Ubuntu nowadays -- not so much.
    I switched to Debian stable for servers back in 2006 and Debian testing for desktop back in 2013. Never looked either back or forward that much really. it works well and feels polished!

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  • ping-wu
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    Ubuntu sucks. Each Ubuntu upgrade sucks more. Morale is low. Too much internal politics, top management too obsessed with IPO that may or many not happen and is running this the once-ubiquitous distro into a pit hole. Have been using Debian-non-free 12 "bookworm" for a while (dual-booting 11 "bullseye" just in case).. No looking back.
    Last edited by ping-wu; 21 April 2022, 02:48 PM.

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  • zexelon
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    Looking forward to this release, I use Pop_OS but its based on Ubuntu. Lots of interesting changes on this wrt the kernel. Will be giving it a few weeks though for final bugs to be worked out...

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  • arizone
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    Originally posted by Sin2x View Post
    I switched to Debian testing after 20.04 and never looked back. Life's good! Ubuntu nowadays -- not so much.
    please, elaborate

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  • Sin2x
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    I switched to Debian testing after 20.04 and never looked back. Life's good! Ubuntu nowadays -- not so much.

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