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Ubuntu 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope" Wallpapers

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First there were Ubuntu 9.04 "Jaunty Jackalope" mock-up designs, now showing up are tons of user-created wallpapers dedicated to the next major release version of this popular Linux distribution. If you are interested, let me show you some of those wallpapers here.

But please take note that this is not a “best Linux wallpapers list” so I encourage you to lower your expectations and stop oneself from sending us violent reactions Smile However, if you happen to know a link or two to other good Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope-related wallpapers, please do share it with us via comment. So without further delay, here they are:


By Apurv


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This is news.

Ubuntu gets new wallpapers. It must be a really really really slow news day.

They are all interesting but

They are all interesting but I like the first entry from yoyovlt the best.

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