SecretSoftware wrote:It just sucks and it is buggy.
odujosh wrote:They had what 20 years now. There is a reason they are losing. Linux is good for server and coding hobbyist. Not for consumer desktops.
ZippyV wrote:While I was upgrading my virtual pc Ubuntu to version 7 I read here that there was something wrong with mouse support. Did anyone had a solution for it?
DigitalDud wrote:I ran into this problem too, it started with a specific Linux kernel 2.6.19 or something. I don't know if its been fixed yet or not.
Xaero_Vincent wrote:Thats what you get for trying a distros thats buggy and sucks. Ubuntu's packages come straight from Debian unstable and it shows.
Shining Arcanine wrote:The mouse, along with other features, does not work out of the box. Many Linux distributions are encountering the same problem with the mouse, apparently, because the kernal developers introduced a bug and released a new kernal without doing proper testing.
Despite having many bugs, Microsoft would never release an OS with such a blatant bug (although the iTunes store bug that Vista caused comes close). It will take a while before Linux matches Windows XP.