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Ubuntu One Music Store Starts on the Wrong Foot

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itlure.com: It's been more than a week since the much awaited release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and one of the features I was sure it was going to attract quite a crowd is having some problems - at least on my system.

Why you should use Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.4

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ubuntudan.blogspot: The final release of Ubuntu's Lucid Lynx (Ubuntu 10.4) has finally arrived. Wondering what's in store? We've got seven reasons for Ubuntu users to make the leap to Lucid.

Does Ubuntu Capture the “Mac Vision And Spirit” Better Than Mac OS X?

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theappleblog.com: A week ago, on April 29, Linux distro Canonical released Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. It featured a new look that some rate more attractive and up-to-date than Snow Leopard’s. “

The Phoronix Ubuntu benchmarks- what is that really?

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  • The Phoronix Ubuntu Lucid Lynx benchmarks- what is that really?
  • Lubuntu Review: A Lightweight Ubuntu Variant
  • Ubuntu Lucid almost shines

Top 5 Changes You Should Make On A Fresh Lucid Install

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makeuseof.com: The other day we told you about some applications that you might want to install on a fresh Lucid Lynx install. Today let’s have a look at some of the tweaks and changes you can apply to Lucid.

Kubuntu 10.04: Another Average KDE Distro

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  • Kubuntu 10.04: Another Average KDE Distro
  • Ubuntu: Unexpected upgrade difficulties
  • Compiz Keyboard Shortcuts in Ubuntu 10.04
  • Koala to Lynx Almost Flawless
  • Philippines 2010 Elections and Ubuntu

No GNOME-Shell in Maverick

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  • Shuttleworth: No GNOME-Shell in Maverick
  • Ubuntu 10.04 – packed with goodies.
  • Canonical explains Ubuntu unfree video choice
  • Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx – Gasp What’s Wrong With ALSA ?

16 Slick Lucid Wallpapers From Around The Web

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techdrivein.com: Here is some more eyecandy coming your way. Collection of 16 beautiful made-for-lucid wallpapers from around the web.

Canonical clarifies its H.264 licence

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h-online.com: With the current controversy over H.264 patent pools and open source codecs, some observers have noted that Canonical is listed as a licensee of H.264 from MPEGLA, the patent pool which licenses out the codec patents, causing some to ask if Ubuntu users were covered by this license.

Ubuntu 10.04 Is More Power Hungry Than Windows 7

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phoronix.com: Today we are continuing to compare the two operating systems as we look at the power consumption of Ubuntu and Windows on a netbook and notebook.

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