Br3nda PRO 10:53pm, 24 April 2006
in the spirit of g33ky conversation, i thought i'd ask.
Computer Science Geek PRO 12 years ago
Still running Breezy Badger:
Xen and the Art of Paravirtualization: Part II
witty mice [deleted] 12 years ago
Yep, I'm using dapper and I update about once every day. I also have a screenshot
second flock [deleted] 12 years ago
I've been testing Dapper in vmware for a few months now. Quite looking forward to it - it's shaping up to be one hell of a release.

Whether it'll pull me away from my Gentoo install though, well, that's another matter entirely.
Felipe Navarro V. 12 years ago
Yeah!... I'm using xfce4
desktop
plain market [deleted] 12 years ago
Jepp I'm using dapper
egorgry 12 years ago
hi all I just joined. I've been using dapper on my laptop since flight 4.
enchanted home [deleted] 12 years ago
Real Debian here, you Ubuntu kids amuse me... :)
egorgry 12 years ago
haha. I was a hardcore debian user for years unstable/sid of course. It took a while for me to commit fully but ubuntu just does so much right it really makes Debian look ancient. This hurts me since I've been to the linux world expos and have spent quality time with the developers who are really great guys that can put away some guiness.
Brian Hursey 12 years ago
I was a hard core debian user for 4 years I am now using dapper..

Ubuntu XGL
premium sofa [deleted] 12 years ago
Kubuntu Dapper in the desktop (upgrade from Breezy upgraded from Debian) and notebook (fresh install). Working well in both machines. The firewall still runs Breezy.
Br3nda PRO 12 years ago
debian on them servers, but ubuntu on the desktop.... i want to use my PC, not endlessly configure it :-)
bored earthquake [deleted] 12 years ago
@Taniwha: lol... you're right...
Computer Science Geek PRO 12 years ago
Okay, I am now using OpenSUSE 10.1

amaroK

I quite like it.
techie.jimbo 12 years ago
Dapper all the way :)
Scott Beamer 12 years ago
Yes. For about 2 months now (as of this writing).
JTButcher 12 years ago
Xiol Pro User says:

I've been testing Dapper in vmware for a few months now. Quite looking forward to it - it's shaping up to be one hell of a release.

Whether it'll pull me away from my Gentoo install though, well, that's another matter entirely.


How does dapper fair under vmware? I am about to upgrade the breezy image i got from the vmware site.
second flock [deleted] 12 years ago
It seems to fair fine. I've not really had any trouble with it at least.
Dragonhide 12 years ago
Just loaded up dapper for my first time today.. Wow, I finally feel the Ubuntu in Ubuntu. Breezy wasn't what I am looking for, but Dapper just might be.

I'm looking for something really friendly and easy to use to recommend to my presently non-linux friends.. and Dapper seems to have everything to make a wide variety of users happy... if my first impressions today holds, I just might be using it, myself too :)
~gionn 12 years ago
I am only waiting for the shipped CDs to arrive, i haven't broadband connection for now...
Computer Science Geek PRO 12 years ago
JTButcher,

I just installed Dapper in VMware a couple of days ago. So far it works. I haven't played around too much yet. I'm going to try installing Xen. I've had success with running Xen kernels in VMware using Fedora Core 4, but Fedora Core 5 it won't launch X.
encKe 12 years ago
Dapper here w/ fluxbox :) Love this distro.... it is the future of linux
Howard Dickins 12 years ago
Yep. I'm a recent convert to Ubuntu. I used to use Mandrake, but I'm finding my way round with Dapper. The only question is whether I go to Kubuntu instead or get used to Gnome...
Computer Science Geek PRO 12 years ago
Okay, I finally got around to installing Xubuntu and Ubuntu on some real hardware to see how they fare. While I like Ubuntu and it works pretty well, I definitely still prefer OpenSUSE 10.1. I think the difference for me is I like to choose which apps to install upfront rather than after the fact. YaST is still better than anything else out there.
systemcharlie Posted 12 years ago. Edited by systemcharlie (member) 12 years ago
I installed Breezy on a 400MHz iMac (384MB RAM) and did a dist-upgrade to Dapper. Both work great!
andomonir 12 years ago
I'm using dapper at the moment, though my soul will always be Slackware.
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