I've tried installing Ubuntu 11.10, uninstalling and reinstalling 11.04 etc. After day 1, though, some bug or the other shows up and then I spend the rest of my time looking up fixes on the Internet. I don't like criticizing Ubuntu a lot because I don't pay a penny for the awesome OS. What is the most stable version of Ubuntu for Notebook PCs?
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The latest versions marked as "stable" are always available from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
But, personally I prefer Debian over Ubuntu. Ubuntu is a Debian-based OS, but for me as a power user doesn't add that much useful features that I'm missing in Debian itself.
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My understanding is that the LTS release should be more stable. There are less new features etc. in those releases. The current LTS release is 10.04 and the next will be 12.04.
According to the Ubuntu download page: