How accurate is the dictionary you posted? That’s if you've used the dictionary. I use both Linux and XP. I'm still annoyed with Linux KDE being so unstable/buggy and having to switch from Kubuntu to Ubuntu. My Linux OS’s still not running quite right with my equipment; which’s new. I'm considering purchasing Red Hat Linux to go with XP (Windows 7) still on my primary drive. However, after having so many problems and lack of support--I'm very hesitant to purchase anything Linux. “:^( I'm thinking because it’s a free version of Linux; and I hope I’m not wrong about that. I’m not sure if you switched entirely to Linux or not, but I highly recommend to advanced users that you also have Microsoft Windows XP or/& Apple Macintosh installed on your computer unless it’s not able to support multi-booting or virtualization.
And finally . . .
Complete success! My Gnome installation was incomplete, which accounts for the missing features such as Help in gWaei. Installed the missing parts of Gnome this morning, and gWaei now runs perfectly.
I’m glad to hear everything is working well now on your computer. Have you had any issues using your Linux other than what you just previously posted?
I don't know where all your problems with Linux are coming from. As far as I know the paid versions only include extras such as install media, hard copy documentation, and some form of 'professional' support etc.
Short of purchasing an enterprise version with some special add-ons, there really shouldn't be any difference between what you buy and what you download and burn on a CD yourself, and you shouldn't be having stability issues like that unless you have bad / defective hardware, or you're trying to use some 'nightly build' or alpha quality development release etc.
The only issues I've had with Ubuntu were when I was trying to use a nightly build to see if my particular 802.11N PCI wifi card was fully supported yet. When running stable releases I don't really have any trouble.
(From the amount of trouble you have on that machine even in windows (as you've oft mentioned in the past in the chat etc), I'd be more inclined to point the finger at your own computer when it comes to assigning blame.)