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Just a thought and saying this as a user... Main includes in software manager are often terribly outdated. Apparently there's not enough people covering as maintainers to keep up to the last known working versions. So what do you do? You go to a PPA. And it works great... So now you have something more current than the 3 year old release with a totally different UI and missing 1/4 of the features. And then what happens? The people in charge of that software are just like "F' it." and stop supporting that Kernel your older distro uses. Thing is all the OS side bugs are ironed out vs. the new Kernel, and AMD support is terrible on the new one. So that's a no-go, as a working computer is better than a non-working one. So all the work you're doing using the software from the PPA is put to a standstill because some random update made the program disappear as it's "no longer supported" even though it was working fine last time you used it. Ugh... So this is one of those things that needs to be worked out if LTS is supposed to do what it's supposed to do. It shouldn't pull stuff if it was working. I'd rather live with bugs, even if the answer I get is that they wont get fixed. T'is better than completely losing access to software (or at least a recent version) that you were working with. I can't be the only one griping about this, can I? submitted by /u/pauljs75 [link] [comments]

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I wanted to install Ubuntu on these machines. Will they be able to handle it? I was going to mainly use them for coding and very light use. submitted by /u/STLax24 [link] [comments]

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