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Long-Term Review: Kubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin"

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This is the second of a handful of long-term reviews I will be doing this summer. The initial subject of this was the 64-bit edition of #! 11 "Waldorf", so follow the jump to see how that turned out.

Day 0

I was able to install and run Mozilla Firefox (and not just Iceweasel), LibreOffice, Skype, Google Talk, Mupen64Plus 1.5, and Redshift all fine on the live session (through a live USB made with MultiSystem) on my laptop. That said, installing the Debian menu to get an automatically-updating Openbox menu did not work, in that while the Debian menu did show all the installed programs, it did not automatically update itself to reflect newly installed applications.

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