I have both the desktop version on my home machine and the netbook version on my eee pc. The netbook version has a rather interesting setup and the desktop version is running much cleaner that previous versions. Really enjoying it so far.
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I was kinda hesitant to upgrade at first because on the ubuntu forums so many people where having problems after upgrading. However, I went ahead and upgraded and couldn't be happier. I don't mind the new software center but the old one was kinda nice as it did have ratings next to the software. No biggie though.
Yeah, 9.10 is pretty sweet aside from the upgrade issues that many people have had. I was running the Karmic alpha for a few weeks before it went live due to kernel/driver issues on a MythTV backend, had no issues w/ upgrading or anything else for that matter... Once the final was released, I upgraded about 5 boxes and 3 out of 5 of em wouldn't boot. Ugh. After fixing the boot issues, they're all running smoothly, though I'm afraid to update anymore. ha. The new boot graphics are pretty sweet too, I was surprised to see that.
I am interested to know if anyone using ubuntu/or any linux and windows together with samba for file sharing as we are facing file locking issue betweem these two different O/S. This is a known issue for so long, not sure if there is any perfect solution for this yet.