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Broken Arms 22/out/2013 às 16:48
Should I upgrade to Ubuntu 13.10
Saw a notification today that it is officially out is there anything worth upgrading for and does the upgrade break anything game wise ?
Última edição por Broken Arms; 22/out/2013 às 16:48
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Kolito 22/out/2013 às 17:06 
It's almost the same, just better unity performance
Moppy 22/out/2013 às 17:36 
I have not had any issues and it looks prettier.
DerRidda 22/out/2013 às 17:45 
It's really a "nothing fancy" release but that's ok. It's worth it alone for having newer software in the repos.
SoulEater_yilmaz_durmaz 22/out/2013 às 17:57 
do you ever heard something like "release early release new" :)
that is ubuntu, each new version does not include stable programs but rather new and mostly stable programs.
everything can be blasted in anytime, that is why new versions are supported for only a year.

my advice is if you are using linux you should be familiar reinstalling your system once in two months :)

for new version of ubuntu (by the way i use mint because i dont like unity interface and then cooled off of ubuntu), install it, try it, be the first victim for crashes and then either write it in forums on how to fix or reinstall your system. it is that easy :)

linux is for freedom, not for laziness :P
Rain Ninja 22/out/2013 às 18:21 
Well it has better Unity performance, which is nice
aFoxNamedMorris 22/out/2013 às 21:50 
13.10 has better all around support for Intel graphics, at least on my Ivybridge Mobile gfx.
Fibbles 22/out/2013 às 22:00 
The 3.11 kernel is slightly faster than the 3.8 kernel it replaced. Upgrading to Ubuntu 13.10 isn't going to give you masses of new things but there are also no major reasons to not upgrade either.

It's up to you really. Do you have an hour to spare?
Última edição por Fibbles; 22/out/2013 às 22:12
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 22/out/2013 às 22:06 
Escrito originalmente por yilmaz_durmaz:
my advice is if you are using linux you should be familiar reinstalling your system once in two months :)

That depends on the distro.

Debian/Ubuntu/Mint/openSUSE etc, are not rolling release. They freeze their repos in a state that they call "stabe" (which sometimes aren't, even though the software is more tested). Then, after a few months/years, you upgrade to the next version of the OS.

Escrito originalmente por yilmaz_durmaz:
for new version of ubuntu (by the way i use mint because i dont like unity interface and then cooled off of ubuntu), install it, try it, be the first victim for crashes and then either write it in forums on how to fix or reinstall your system. it is that easy :)
The Debian family usually tends to break when new things come, but I don't think people should be afraid of it, it's not like it's impossible to create a separate partition to store data.
rudeboyskunk 23/out/2013 às 3:13 
Escrito originalmente por Arch Linux - Junior s2 Camila:
Escrito originalmente por yilmaz_durmaz:
my advice is if you are using linux you should be familiar reinstalling your system once in two months :)

That depends on the distro.

Debian/Ubuntu/Mint/openSUSE etc, are not rolling release. They freeze their repos in a state that they call "stabe" (which sometimes aren't, even though the software is more tested). Then, after a few months/years, you upgrade to the next version of the OS.

I think he meant you should be familiar with reinstalling because it's inevitable that something will break in Linux. Seems like he was just being facetious.
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 23/out/2013 às 3:24 
Yes, a user should never consider a Linux install his/her last one.
Zyro 23/out/2013 às 3:24 
Escrito originalmente por yilmaz_durmaz:
my advice is if you are using linux you should be familiar reinstalling your system once in two months :)

Then you're doing something wrong.
I didn't reinstall my Debian for over 10 years.

Or... you're just trolling.
Última edição por Zyro; 23/out/2013 às 3:24
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 23/out/2013 às 3:27 
Zyro, I can't believe that =P
Zyro 23/out/2013 às 3:49 
Escrito originalmente por Arch Linux - Junior s2 Camila:
Zyro, I can't believe that =P

Do believe it. I don't know how long it was exactly, but I'm using Debian since '98, had to reinstall it often in the beginning, and afterwards did not reinstall it for many years. Why should I?
[Linux] Junior s2 Camila 23/out/2013 às 3:52 
I didn't use Debian for longer than a single year, but it's not new that systems tend to, you know, break, even when you're doing everything fine.
Unless we're talking about the Stable branch, then I totally believe. That thing is solid like Diamond.
Zyro 23/out/2013 às 4:05 
Escrito originalmente por Arch Linux - Junior s2 Camila:
I didn't use Debian for longer than a single year, but it's not new that systems tend to, you know, break, even when you're doing everything fine.
Unless we're talking about the Stable branch, then I totally believe. That thing is solid like Diamond.

Of course, this changed over time, but most times, it was an testing/unstable mix.
Much testing, a few packages from unstable.
There are not many cases where you cannot repair your Linux system if it's got a problem.
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