On Saturday 18 February 2012 06:16:07 am Lisi wrote:
> On Saturday 18 February 2012 10:14:17 Werner Joss wrote:
> > On Saturday 18 February 2012 11:07:56 Lisi wrote:
> > > I am baffled by this. Ubuntu _has_ got version numbers. 9.04, 9.10,
> > > 10.04, 10.10, 11.04, 11.10 etc., and they go in numerical order. The
> > > fact that they also tell you when exactly that version was released
> > > doesn't detract from that.
> > >
> > > And Trinity certainly has numbers (in numerical order). So as I say, I
> > > am unable to understand the problem.....
> > i think the OP had just the problem to always remember the correct relation
> > between code name and version number, e.g. what was exactly maverick ?
> > (10.04, 10.10 ?)
> > - i confirm having this problem also, from time to time :)
> Me too! They are even more silly than teh Debian ones - and taht takes some
> But the OP actually said:
> Now, i have to cope with childish names. Even the download page for Ubuntu
> uses version numbers, so it´s not even possible for me to decide which is
> And PLEASE, use version numbers in the future!
Looking at the main page at trinitydesktop.org, you see "Debian Lenny" and "Debian Squeeze", not "Debian 5.0" and "Debian 6.0". This may be what the OP was referring to. The only reason I know the difference is because I have been using Debian for just under a year. If I hadn't done my research on Debian beforehand, I'd have no inkling of an idea what "Squeeze" and "Lenny" referred to. Since I'm not an Ubuntu user, I have not been keeping track of their code names, so I could not tell you the difference between "Karmic" and "Lucid" except that they are two different versions of Ubuntu, but I do not know what those versions are.
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