Kubuntu 12.04 with the kubuntu-backports-precise PPA pretty much keeps right up with KDE changes, so there's very little incentive to update to 13.04 at the desktop level. As a result, I've been happy to keep all of our machines on the LTS. Until now...
Docker doesn't work reliably without a 3.8 kernel. 12.04's AMD proprietary driver doesn't compile against the back-ported 3.8 kernel. Oh, Docker, you are so seductive, but for now I shall stay with my VirtualBoxen. I would love to get much better resource usage from the dozen or so images I run, but that's just too much work. (I do realize I could run docker on a VirtualBox image, but then I'm bringing up a really big image every time I want to do anything, instead of allowing me to use precisely the resources needed for a given machine).
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