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5 Alternative Ways To Install Ubuntu

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makeuseof.com: The best part about Ubuntu, not to mention Linux in general, is how it can be installed on most any machine you run into. If you’re looking to install Ubuntu under unusual circumstances you’ve found the right article.

Ubuntu 10.04 filesystems and boot times

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kmandla.wordpress: I haven’t really mentioned it much, but the few times in the past month that I’ve used Ubuntu 10.04 have been rather disappointing. Disk access seems to be one of the biggest problems for me. I usually blame the filesystem.

Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Review

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gnulinuxuser.wordpress: Everyone knows that I pretty much lost my mind over Ubuntu 9.10, as the Karmic Koala sucked koala nu..well anyway, it wasn’t good for the majority of folks. So, when I saw all the changes that were coming to Ubuntu, I decided to give it another shot.

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10 things you'll love about Ubuntu 10.4

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blogs.techrepublic.com: Ubuntu 10.4 has greatly impressed Jack Wallen — and he’s happy to tell you why. Here’s a rundown of enhancements in the stellar new release.

Is Arch Linux Really Faster Than Ubuntu?

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Lubuntu Netbook Remix: A Look

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workswithu.com: Ubuntu Netbook Remix is not the only game in town for users looking for an Ubuntu interface that caters to the small screens (and, in some cases, touchscreens) of netbooks. Lubuntu also offers its own version of the “netbook remix.”

Ubuntu vs. Fedora: The Latest Versions Square Off

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earthweb.com: Ubuntu regularly claims to be the most popular Linux distribution. But, if so, Fedora is a competitive second. Both have thriving communities and are a major source of free and open source software innovation. But how do the distributions really compare?

Life with Linux: Notes on installing Ubuntu 10.4 LTS

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sutor.com: Last night and this morning I installed the latest Ubuntu Linux desktop, version 10.4 LTS Lucid Lynx. LTS stands for “long term support,” though I usually update to new versions when they come out every six months.

Ubuntu toolbox

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manilastandardtoday.com: AFTER installing a new version of Ubuntu Linux, I always add a number of utilities that make my computing tasks easier.

Getting a Ubuntu Laptop setup for my Mum

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blog.isabel-drost.de: As sitting in the garden while surfing the internet is way cooler than only having a dedicated computer in an office we decided to get a notebook while at it. As both Thilo and myself are very familiar with Linux, the plan was to get a Linux-compatible netbook.

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