Quote from Lob0426 on September 6, 2011, 18:50
Well for me it means removing Ubuntu and installing debian on my laptop and nettop. I do not want to waste the time, on an operating system that does not want to waste the time. Considering that ARM is the fastest growing architecture in the market, especially in the Linux market, I would think it would be in their interest to at least look into it.
ARM is in almost all of the tablets and just about all of the phones, I don't know I must be missing something here?
Why unintall Ubuntu on desktop? Because the Raspi is running Debian? Not seeing the connection.
It's only the Armv6 architecture that has been dropped by Ubuntu, not Arm support for more modern architectures. I can see their point - to maintain a whole different (and old) architecture requires build servers, target hardware which all needs maintaining, engineers to check faults etc, all for a for a relatively low (at the moment
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