• bdonvrA
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    6 months ago

    The day they started pushing snaps into APT and making it a pain to choose the non-snap version… I left Ubuntu. If I wanted to install the snap I would’ve used snap install not apt install

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      6 months ago

      Yeah before I use Ubuntu. my first exposure on Linux is Linux Mint and it seems Linux Mint support secure boot atm. if this gets worst. I will go back to linux Mint again

    • sugar_in_your_tea@sh.itjust.works
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      6 months ago

      I left when they moved my window buttons (close, minimize, etc) to the left side for no good reason (back on 10.4 I think), and I felt validated when they introduced, screwed up, and later removed upstart and mir (mir still exists, but it’s a Wayland compositor, not a Wayland competitor).

      Ubuntu has a long track record for trying new things, making them default, and then backpedaling when it doesn’t work out. There really aren’t many things they’ve produced that anyone else actually uses. Snap is just another one of those projects.