Re: xubuntu

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--- Jonathan Underwood <[email protected]> wrote:

> On 24/03/2008, Tom Holroyd <[email protected]xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I just switched to Xubuntu 7.04 on my IBM Thinkpad G30 Laptop and it's
> >  dropping keystrokes! I never had that problem with Fedora. I switched to
> >  the lowlatency kernel and that helped but did not fix the problem. Is
> >  this an atkbd issue, or is there perhaps some other beastie out there
> >  turning interrupts off? More to the point, since this is a Fedora list,
> >  what is it in Fedora that does this right?
> >
>  I doubt anyone on this list will be able to pin point the exact
> difference between Fedora and Xubuntu that is causing your problem -
> it's rather a lot to ask given the scant information you've provided.
> I'd think you'd get much more help detailing your problem with much
> much more detail on an xubuntu mailing list.
> Jonathan.

Just curious why the original poster wanted to switch. Fedora has a fabulous
support structure with very helpful and very knowledgeable folks on the m/l
(perhaps why the poster posted here) in addition to very high-quality latest
software, which is not true of *ubuntu. if the goal was to get xfce (sorely
lacking in fedora), i think rahul sundaram mentioned sometime ago that there
will be a xfce version also from F9 onwards. 


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