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Installer Fails in Fedora and Ubuntu

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linuxtoday.com/blog: Another week, another round of tinkering and messing around with Linux doodads. The Ubuntu Koala text installer has a years-old bug, and Fedora 11 LiveCD has a showstopping installer bug. Never a dull moment in computer-land!

The Karmic Koala - Not Ubuntu's Vista

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ghabuntu.com: Ubuntu Linux, without a doubt is the most popular Linux desktop OS out there. It has come a long way since Warthy Wathog some 5 years ago. The crowning release of the distro was on the 29 of October when Karmic Koala was unleashed into the wild.

Rough?

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technologytales.com: Was it because Canonical and friends kept Ubuntu in such a decent state from 8.04 through to 9.04 that things went a little quiet in the blogosphere on the subject of the well-known Linux distribution? If so, 9.10 might be proving more of a talking point and you have to wonder if this is such a good thing.

Ubuntu 9.10: My First 10 Days

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  • Ubuntu 9.10: My First 10 Days
  • Get Aero Snap in Ubuntu
  • Xubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Review
  • Ubuntu Testing

The Perfect Desktop - Ubuntu Studio 9.10

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how you can set up an Ubuntu Studio 9.10 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge.

Good Karma

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  • Good Karma
  • It’s Time To Give Ubuntu Linux A Whirl
  • Booting Ubuntu 9.10 - Part 1 (The Downfall)
  • Ubuntu Karmic Review
  • How to install software in Ubuntu

Dell Ubuntu Recovery Tool Enhancements

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  • Configuring BT Mobile Broadband on Ubuntu 9.10…
  • Mythbuntu 9.10 (MythTV 0.22) installation
  • Dell Ubuntu Recovery Tool Enhancements
  • How to lock package versions from Synaptic package manager
  • Ubuntu Server Edition 9.10: No hardware required

Advice Against Upgrading Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10

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  • Advice Against Upgrading Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10
  • The Linux-OEM complaint- Learn from Ubuntu
  • From Fedora 11 to Ubuntu 9.10

Tweaking my Karmic Koala

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  • Tweaking my Karmic Koala
  • Ubuntu 9.10 netbook remix on ASUS EEE 701
  • Ubuntu 9.10 text-installer review
  • Ubuntu Karmic Koala – Clean Install vs Upgrade
  • 64-bit Flash in Ubuntu

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #167

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #167 for the week November 1st - November 7th, 2009 is available.

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Ondemand vs. Performance CPU Governing For AMD FX CPUs On Linux 3.17

In the tests shared yesterday of looking at the AMD FX-9590 CPU on Linux and other CPU benchmarks from this weekend, some Phoronix readers raised concerns about the CPU scaling governor differences between the AMD and Intel hardware. The AMD FX CPUs continue to use the CPUfreq driver by default to handle their scaling while modern Intel CPUs have the new Intel P-State driver. Beyond the Intel-specific P-State vs. CPUfreq, the AMD CPUs generally default to using the "ondemand" governor while with Intel desktop CPUs on P-State it generally ends up with the "performance" mode. Some Phoronix readers found performance vs. ondemand differences to be unfair, but for AMD FX CPUs, there isn't much of a difference in our common CPU torture test benchmarks found in the Phoronix Test Suite. Read more

Google Sends Invites for September 15 India Event; Android One Launch Likely

Google has sent invitations for an event in India on September 15. While the invite itself says "More details closer to the date!", it is expected that the much-awaited Android One smartphones will make their debut at the event. Android One was announced back in June at Google I/O with India's Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice the confirmed launch partners, though more Indian companies have reportedly joined the list since then. Read more

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Seven tips for reinvigorating your SMS campaign

Mobile marketing has come a long way in the last decade. Mobile marketing has gone from being a marketing channel to an entire industry encompassing dozens of marketing channels. While newer mobile technologies such as push notifications, QR codes, and geo-targeting have been getting all of the attention, it is still the humble text message that dominates the industry. While other channels can be beneficial, none can replace the value of a good SMS campaign. Seven tips If you’ve been neglecting your SMS campaign, here are seven tips to get it back on track: Encourage interaction. In the past, marketing efforts have always been focused on one-way communication. With mobile marketing, simply sending texts isn’t enough. In fact it comes across as spamming. A better option is to encourage interaction. For instance, customers who opt-in to receive your texts should be rewarded with a positive experience. Make sure messages are timely. You’ll find that certain messages are more effective at certain times. Sometimes it’s obvious but other times it won’t be. Texts sent by a restaurant about a lunch time special will be more effective when sent just before lunch time. Make sure you’re sending texts that are relevant, valuable, and timely. No marketing effort exists in a vacuum. Every business should be using at least a few different marketing channels. SMS is a great way to tie them all together because nearly everyone has a mobile device capable of texting. SMS marketing can link your email campaign to your social media campaign, and your social media campaign to your content marketing campaign and any other marketing channels you might have. Supplement your local advertisements. Despite the tremendous success of digital marketing strategies, traditional advertising channels such as radio and print ads can still be effective. In can be difficult to measure the effectiveness of these efforts however. You can use SMS to measure success by including a short code and keyword in your traditional advertising then watch how many opt-ins you get as a result. The trouble with sweepstakes has always been that people don’t want to take all the time to enter a sweepstakes they probably won’t win. SMS makes it extremely easy to enter sweepstakes. In fact, it’s one way to get people to opt-in. Customers can enter by simply texting a keyword to a short code. Provide in-store recommendations. A major fear about mobile is that it’s robbing businesses of their foot traffic. So much shopping is done online these days that many business owners worry they can’t compete. Mobile doesn’t have to work against in-store business however. In fact, mobile can improve it. For example, an auto parts store might allow customers looking for a specific part to text a keyword to a short code in order to get reply with the correct part. Use SMS to build loyalty. Typically, it’s 20% of your customers that are driving 80% of sales. SMS is a great way to get those kinds of customers. Make sure you’re doing everything you can to build a solid SMS marketing list. Mobile Technology News brought to you by businesstexter.com Source: streetfightmag.com/2014/08/18/7-strategies-for-better-text-message-marketing/