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Confirmed: Ubuntu 10.04 Supports iPhone / iPod Touch Out Of The Box

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Yesterday we wrote about a post on ubuntuforums where a user reported that the latest Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Alpha 3 supports his iPhone 3GS out of the box.

Lubuntu looks familiar! – Hint: Xandros

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  • Lubuntu looks familiar! – Hint: Xandros
  • Kubuntu is awesome!
  • Ubuntu 10.04 to Include Chromium Web Browser

Analysis: Ubuntu 10.04 Keeping Pace, Or More, With Windows 7

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crn.com: The Ubuntu community released Alpha 3 of the next-generation Lucid Lynx version of its desktop OS, and it's becoming increasingly clear that Microsoft will have difficulty putting any daylight between Windows 7 and the free operating system.

Beautify your Ubuntu desktop using the software center

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mybroadband.co.za/blogs: There is nothing wrong with wanting to spruce up your computing environment. Sure there are those who live and breathe more than comfortably in a console environment but if you function in a GUI then appearances can matter.

Ubuntu Music & Backgrounds

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  • 20 Breathtaking Ubuntu Studio Wallpaper Collection
  • Ubuntu One Music Store FAQ

A Return to Linux: Review of Ubuntu

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timgray.blogspot: I have been a linux guy ever cince the pre 1.0 release days. I cut my teeth after the home PC on a real os with a login to a local BBS as an admin on a Unix machine, a Cromemco running Cromix. But about 5 years ago Linux became "unusable" for me at home.

Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 3 Released Later Today - What's new?

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omgubuntu.co.uk: The third and final Alpha of the Lucid development cycle is due for release this evening - but what can you expect to find inside?

Also:

  • New Graphical Interface for Ubuntu on ARM
  • Ubuntu Music Store may feature automatic cloud and desktop sync

An Update On The Boot & Power Performance In Ubuntu 10.04

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phoronix.com: In December we wrote that Ubuntu 10.04 already shortened the boot time, which has been a great focus amongst Canonical and Ubuntu developers as they strive for a ten second boot. A lot has changed since that article.

The Ubuntu Tomcat Disaster

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totalimpactltd.com: I’ve gained quite a bit of respect for Ubuntu Server over the past year or so. Recently though, I’ve encountered an oddity that is simply too much to bear.

Missing Menu Icons?

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  • Missing Menu Icons: What are GNOME playing at?
  • Ubuntu goin' gray, like the Mac OS way?
  • Gnome Icons: What the Devels are up to
  • what did icons ever do to you anyway?
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