My Deal With Ubuntu

It was going to be a good day. I woke up and decided to do an “A Deb a Day” blog post, but something went wrong. Ubuntu, for some odd reason, wouldn’t let me log in. It sent me to one of the “Grub” pages then asked me to enter a command. It’s things like this which keep me from using Ubuntu as a primary Operating System, because this isn’t the first time this has happened. This happened the first time I upgraded to Ubuntu 9.04, then it happened again when I made the move to 9.10, which anyone who uses Ubuntu knows that that isn’t a huge change. This would have been a bit understandable, had I been doing some major tampering with the OS, but I haven’t entered a single line in the terminal for about the last four days, and it’s been working fine. I just removed the damaged OS and am now re-installing. That’s a good thing about Ubuntu: It’s easy to re-install; and for good reason. This is starting to become a regular thing with me, so it should be easy to re-install.

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~ by pcprefer on January 11, 2010.

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