What do you think of people who still use Ubuntu in 2023? Posted on May 20, 2023 by Anonymous What do you think of people who still use Ubuntu in 2023?
Ubuntu is fine. Terry Davis used Ubuntu and he didn't give a shit what anybody thought.
Terry Davis was a shizo who suicided, Anon
He was taken by the spirit train. Choo choo in peace.
How many operating systems have you designed and constructed?
One, during college, albeit way less capable than his.
shut up nagger
Or maybe he was killed by somebody like your kind?
This. If it's good enough for Terry it's good enough for me.
they probably use it for work and servers
kinda based being employed and have money to buy food and a roof
It's nice to be respected, thank you anon
I don't think about them at all
Can you install Ubuntu without a disc or flash drive?
but not my problem
and what i think is not your problem
I use ubuntu, i have better things to do with my time then rice my desktop and I'm not a contrarian. Sorry.
>What do you think of people who still use Ubuntu
very little. they should use cut out the retarded middlemen and just download debian.
> i have better things to do with my time then rice my desktop and I'm not a contrarian
nobody asked and nobody cares.
> ubuntu pro
this is jus sad and embarrassing.
get a job
ubuntu pro and Landscape are way underrated for work stuff
most of the people on here are commie troons who have never had a job though so they get wrapped up rewriting everything in rust living in their basements
it just works
I'd be extremely proud of them not using something worse, like most of people do.
it's normal, i use it
not the lastest, broken one though, just the lts version
what the fuck are robster craws
I respect Ubuntu LTS users.
I cringe at Ubuntu interim users.
If it works for you why the fuck not
It doesn't work for me because I don't want different versions of software mixed together. Xubuntu 23.04 was a mess like this, part 4.18, part 4.16, and it caused an issue I wasn't happy with.
I dislike it being forceful with snaps too. The way I had to force it to install Firefox from a ppa instead of doing it in snap format reminded me of windows trying to reinstall shit you explicitly want gone.
Snap is the future.