Upgraded To Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10

Upgraded my PC operating system to Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon). The upgrade took about 6 hours because of the amount of (free) softwares installed on my computer.

The upgrade was smooth and went without a single hick-ups. I’ve written an Ubuntu Gutsy upgrade tutorial here

Compiz (read: cool desktop effects) is installed by default and it just take one-click enable it and it work well to on my 6 year old Pentium 4 1.7GHz pc. Though I think a leap to the latest AMD(or Intel Core 2 Duo) processor would be nice.

All in all, I love using Ubuntu, easy software installation, no constant virus/spyware problem, low maintenance and less headache, enough said.

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One Reply to “Upgraded To Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10”

  1. I spent 2 hours last night configuring wireless USB driver in my Feisty Fawn box so I can surf internet in my room and update to the new Gusty Gibbon.

    I boot to windows, download driver and web page as reference, boot to Ubuntu,godek a little bit, boot back to windows, find more guides, godek2 again and the loop keeps going.

    Still not working. T_T

    How could you say less headache?
    Forgive my noobness.

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