Whilst I'm primarily a Solaris/OpenSolaris man, I do like to keep myself in touch with the Linux world - partly out of necessity and partly out of curiosity. I run Ubuntu (sticking with my African roots and because it's the best distro I've used) on my very very very old laptop (need) and also within VirtualBox on my Mac (curiosity).
Well, it's that time of year again: it's time to update to the latest and greatest as Jaunty Jackalope is now ready for all to download, install and enjoy.
Along with the usual latest and greatest features, I'm particularly interested in seeing if a) the Ubuntu Netbook Remix edition actually installs on my aging laptop (it's not a netbook) and b) how well it runs if it does - I currently use Xubuntu as Gnome is a bit sluggish on the old girl, and I don't like KDE.
I'll keep you posted on how it goes.