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full circle magazine Issue 33 is out

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A new month (well, in two days) and a new magazine issue is out. This month, we’ve got: My Story – Ubuntu in Public Education, and Why I Use Linux, Top 5 – Synchronization Clients, and Review – Exaile.

What bothers me about the Ubuntu-Yahoo deal

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psychocats.net/ubuntucat: On Tuesday, Rick Spencer announced on the Ubuntu developers mailing list that Ubuntu has entered a revenue sharing deal with Yahoo! and will make Yahoo! the default search engine. Well, I believe the community should have been consulted.

Kubuntu 9.10 Review

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bapfreak.blogspot: I recently broke my usual trend of sticking to Debian (stable) with a KDE 3.5 desktop and decided to try Kubuntu.

Review: Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit

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ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: I last looked at Ubuntu 9.04 a little over six months ago. So I decided it was time to see what has changed. Since I’m now testing on a 64-bit machine, I decided to test the 64-bit version of Ubuntu. So here we go:

Senior Uses Ubuntu System 14 Months Trouble Free

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linuxmagazines.com: This case study tells the story about a customer of mine, Wanda. When I first met Wanda a few years ago, she had typical Windows user problems. In April of 2008, I talked with her in detail about computer usage. I installed Ubuntu for her.

Ubuntu: More bugs than ever?

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  • Ubuntu: More bugs than ever?
  • Discovering Ubuntu 9.10, a Free Linux OS
  • Ubuntu 8.04.4 LTS Update Released

Canonical copyright assignment policy 'same as others'

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itwire.com: Canonical chief executive Mark Shuttleworth has called for an uniform copyright assignment policy for contributors to free and open source software projects.

Ubuntu, Yahoo, Microsoft, and bears oh my

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blog.nixternal.com: Yes, as many of you have read recently, Canonical has created a deal with Yahoo! to provide the default search for Firefox in the Lucid release. personally think this deal between Canonical and Yahoo! is a good one, and to be honest, I wouldn’t mind seeing more of these deals.

Surviving Windows

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mybroadband.co.za/blogs: I have recently converted all but one of my personal computers to Ubuntu. To be more specific I am now using Ubuntu 9.10 on two desktops and one Netbook. It has been a gamble but so far so good.

5 reasons why Ubuntu Lucid Lynx may be a game changing release

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ghabuntu.com: It is not the most profitable of those in its class, neither is it the oldest nor the classiest. However, it is the most popular and that popularity is set to increase come this April with the release of the LTS edition of Ubuntu Linux.

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