chsims1 wrote:Well after spending a good 2 days downloading Loop 2 and having played around with it (reduced boot time is very welcome), I decided today that I needed to go back to the much more stable 3.3 version. OK fair enough, it's a dev release & problems are to be expected. However, it does occur to me that releasing interim loops as full-blown versions does seem to be very resource intensive, both in terms of developers' time in producing them & in users downloading them. Surely, it would make more sense to work on them & release them in the mini edition form, saving the whistles & bells of the software packages for the full releases?
rYsIn wrote:What about for people without DVD burners maybe it would be possible to divide up some images so they could be burned to multiple cds?
dc905 wrote:if you dont have a dvd burned im sure you could join irc and ask someone to burn and ship it for you
I can understand why many are saying goodbye to return to WIndows because Linux can be v difficult to install.
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