we'll see if this goes anywhere: https://answers.launchpad.net/apport/+question/32916
and then boris makes a frowny face that looks like this. see attached image:
well here's a word I never knew before: http://www.answers.com/echt
looks like a typo
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boy I completely missed the kde / hardy / lts s**tstorm .. and I can't say I'm sorry I did.
I guess I did too. phew
for those who don't read the rtai mailing list where this came up: Ubuntu 8.04 is an LTS release with 3 years of support, but KUbuntu 8.04 is *not*; it only gets 18 months.
oh. that's interesting
is xubuntu LTS?
The xubuntu.org web page does not call it lts but says "it will receive security updates until June 2011".
I guess people don't realize that xubuntu, kubuntu, and edubuntu (plus ubuntu studio ...) aren't "official" releases, they're derivatives that canonical helps out
or something like that
seems that on 8.04 you can get either kde 3.5 or kde 4.0, just to make matters even more complicated
yep - I remember seeing something about that
aren't you a kde guy?
I'v eused it, but I don't really care about desktops much
actually the LTS seems to be a cherry placed by Canonical
and is only marginally related to the release per se (people working on the release)
the issue with Kubuntu 8.04 is KDE 4.0 which is brand new, and might be too unstable for long term support
and the stable 3.5 will probably be forgotten in 2-3 years
I'm not too concerned about it either
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hm -- scaragui et al don't seem to be in the emc2 package!
or .. something
in TRUNK they're not, in 2.2 they are