Hey guys- just keep in mind that a lot of stuff doesn't work correctly on the Nexus 7 yet. I'm looking forward to Ubuntu on the Nexus 7 as much as anyone, but it might be a bit premature to devote the main segment of an episode to it. There is a major bug with the tapping which causes the device to stop responding to touch interactions in Unity, sound doesn't automatically work, and many audio/video programs don't work correctly yet, and the interface hasn't been touch optimized. I tried installing Plasma Active but I just get a black screen when I try to log in. Basically, while it is amazing that so much does work already, there are some pretty basic obstacles to it being a good tablet experience at the moment. LXDE is just about the only environment that is usable on it at the moment for any meaningful length of time, and you need a stylus to navigate it at times (though enlarging the font sizes help). It is definitely a devlopment release.
Could you guys do BOTH (seperate episodes if it will run too long)? I'm voting for Nexus 7 personally, though I would be interested in seeing the Proxmox episode.
Plasma Active 3 that bitch :)
I'm torn, I love the idea of installing ubuntu on my N7, but I sppent an hour reading up on proxmox and holy crap that looks awesome! If you don't cover proxmox here it would make a good topic on techsnap. But I feel listeners want both!
It's strange, I love the Jelly Bean experience on the Google Nexus (for the most part, it's not without a few irritations), but I cannot stand the Jelly Bean experience on my Nexus 7. It just annoys me - jerky, Chrome browser is awful, everything just horrible.I'd love to replace Jelly Bean with Ubuntu on my Nexus 7.
You can try Kubuntu too, maybe multiboot will work, ;)
Ubuntu on nexus 7 is still ubuntu. Go Proxmox!
OMFG - you can do that?