I'm Canadian and I use Ubuntu. So I guess that proves trevelyn right.I also use Debian, FreeBSD, Windows, Dos, TRS-80 Basic, Amiga, Commodore BASIC, and many others.
My spare computer (Athlon 64 3500+ w/512mb RAM...Pitiful, but that's why it's not my main PC anymore.) is running OpenSuSE with KDE.
What's this "lynuxx" I keep hearing about? All you hackers, your crazy toys. The government is going to stop you, you know. I'm over here paying a good two hundred and some dollars for my DOS; why can't you kids do the same? Get a real job. Support the family. When the new Pentium comes out, I'll show you whipper-snappers a thing or two.
I wish Ubuntu did that cool cube that spins around thing.
I want this cool spinning cube thing. WTF is it?
It's called Compiz Fusion. I found it very easily in Ubuntu (just look in the package manager). Also, while your getting the cube, get the Compiz addon called Atlantis 2 - it puts fish in the cube. The package for that in Ubuntu is called compiz-fusion-plugins-extra btw.
1. Go to "System," then "Administration" and "Synaptic Package Manager." Search for and select the file named "compizconfig-settings-manager."2. Install the file named "compizconfig-settings-manager."3. Click on "System," then "Preferences" and finally "CompizConfig Settings Manager" 4. Check the box labeled "Rotate Cube."5. Go to the lower right corner and right-click on one of your workspaces, select preferences, set the number of columns to four. 6. With your mouse middle-click and hold somewhere on your desktop and viola!