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Dynamic Ubuntu Theme

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  • Dynamic Ubuntu Theme that changes depending on the time
  • Ubuntu forgets to add new system sounds for Lucid
  • Adventures with Ubuntu Karmic Koala

Running Alpha Lucid on the Dell T7500

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redmonk.com/sogrady: Dell shipped me a loaner top of the line workstation to test, the Dell Precision T7500. I’ll have more on what, specifically, the machine is for later. For now, a quick rundown on the specs, setup and software choices.

Why Metacity Window Buttons on Left in Ubuntu

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The default position of the window controls will remain the left, throughout beta1. We're interested in data which could influence the ultimate decision. There are good reasons both for the change, and against them, and ultimately the position will be decided based on what we want to achieve over time.

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An adventure with an HP printer/scanner and Ubuntu

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tenshu.net: For a while now I’ve been thinking about some ideas for a project that will require a scanner. No problem you think, scanners of various kinds have been supported in Linux for a long time.

QA with Matt Asay: How Linux is Beating Apple and Much More

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linux.com: Matt took some time recently to share his perspective with me on why Canonical can take Linux places Red Hat can't, how Linux beats Apple, and how the Ubuntu community's passion and focus on design will change the way people see Linux for a long time.

Ubuntu Without a Human Face

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  • Ubuntu Without a Human Face
  • Shuttleworth: 2 year cadence: some progress
  • 6 Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Wallpapers

Shuttleworth heir opens up on Ubuntu biz

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theregister.co.uk: When you have Mark Shuttleworth as your backer, as commercial Linux distributor Canonical does, it is a bit like having money in the bank when the bank also believes fervently in your cause.

The new Ubuntu look

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Recently it was reported that Ubuntu 10.4 was going to ship with a snazzy new GTK theme that would, by default, enable transparency to bring the Ubuntu GNOME desktop on par with the modern look of, say, Windows 7.

That’s not bloated, that’s clinically obese

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Ubuntu

kmandla.wordpress: The biggest surprise (shock?) to me was the stark contrast between performance with only 256Mb of memory, and performance with 512Mb. I tease the Gnome crowd a lot for being chubby, but that’s not overweight, that’s clinical obesity.

An insight into wrangles in the Ubuntu community

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itwire.com: In a recent interview given to the Ubuntu community site, the fridge, Melissa Draper said "There's some odd politics going on and I've been pushed away from a few things within Ubuntu lately."

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