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#51 Feb 18, 2012 23:08:16

saulgoode
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From: Not from Guildford after all
Registered: Apr 23, 2011
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Re: kubuntu and spark

Theru wrote:

I think the linux kernel 42 is a long way to go yet wink

Not if the Mozilla Foundation takes over releases. tongue


Don't get suckered in by the comments -- they can be terribly  misleading.  Debug only code.

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#52 Feb 19, 2012 00:15:09

NYbill
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From: New York, USA
Registered: Mar 12, 2008
Posts: 4,554

Re: kubuntu and spark

saulgoode wrote:
Theru wrote:

I think the linux kernel 42 is a long way to go yet wink

Not if the Mozilla Foundation takes over releases. tongue

But, but... its the answer to everything, Theru!

Good point, saulgoode. big_smile I seem to get an update from them every day! wink

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#53 Feb 19, 2012 10:04:38

rocket-dog
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Registered: Jan 22, 2009
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Re: kubuntu and spark

Surely if google search became sentient and told you to come back when you knew what question you want to ask exactly instead of bashing in a half a dozen random search terms the google advertising busienss model would collapse?


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#54 Feb 27, 2012 23:36:13

NYbill
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Re: kubuntu and spark

I read today preorders are closed. They have reached their limit for the first manufacturing run. That was fast!

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#55 Mar 2, 2012 12:07:17

rocket-dog
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Re: kubuntu and spark

I remembered a while back I posted in another thread that Canonical should invest in some hardware production. Perhaps Shuttleworth should help out this project? One tablet with a choice of KDE/Plasma or Unity. I am sure lots of Ubuntu fanboys/fangirls would be eager buyers.

Last edited by rocket-dog (Mar 2, 2012 12:08:05)


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