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Ubuntu 13.10 vs. Fedora Linux CPU Benchmarks

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Ubuntu
  • Canonical's Saucy Salamander gives Ubuntu some speed
  • Ubuntu 13.10 Review: A great Linux desktop gets better
  • S06E33 – Pulp Ubuntu
  • The Ubuntu Situation | LINUX Unplugged 9
  • Joomla on Ubuntu Server 13.10
  • Mir Finally Turned On For Ubuntu Touch 13.10
  • Ubuntu 13.10 vs. Fedora Linux CPU Benchmarks
  • Latest Beta Release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Now Available
  • RHEL 5.9 - 5.10 Risk Report Released
  • Conky Manager Fedora Packages
  • How RHEL trims total cost of ownership (TCO)
  • Korora 19.1 released

Ubuntu 13.10 vs. Ubuntu 13.04: Reasons to Upgrade

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softpedia.com: Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) is scheduled for launch on October 17, but users of the previous operating systems from Canonical are wondering why they should upgrade at all, given the fact that the new one doesn't seem to have too many features.

Would It Be a Disaster If Ubuntu Ceased to Exist?

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fossforce.com: Over the past few years Ubuntu has become somewhat divided from the rest of the Linux community and it could easily be renamed “Linux Marmite,” as you either love it or hate it.

Ubuntu: Five Requirements for Success

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  • Ubuntu 13.10 Release: Five Requirements for Success
  • S06E32 – The Sweet Smell of Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Touch to Feature the Ubuntu Shop
  • Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Might Stick with GNOME 3.8, Developers / Users Not Happy
  • Next Online Ubuntu Developer Summit: 19 – 21 Nov 2013

The state of XMir

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Ubuntu

mjg59.dreamwidth.org: XMir's been delayed from Ubuntu 13.10. The stated reason is that multi-monitor support isn't sufficiently reliable. That's true, but it's far from the only problem that XMir still has:

Meet Ubuntu Classic - Ubuntu Without Unity

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  • Meet Ubuntu Classic Distro, Ubuntu 13.04 Reimagined Without Unity – Screenshot Tour
  • XMir update for Ubuntu 13.10
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 336
  • Ubuntu pre-installed and in retail worldwide

Ubuntu 13.10: solid, if slightly dull

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theregister.co.uk: On the surface, based on the second beta just released, Ubuntu 13.10 is shaping up to be a solid, if slightly dull, Linux distro.

Physics computing innovation benefits multitude

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Linux
Ubuntu
  • Physics computing innovation benefits multitude
  • Ubuntu GNOME 13.10 Will Not Include GNOME 3.10
  • Debian GNU/Linux Works In Education
  • Burning Circle Episode 133
  • Ubuntu 13.10 screen shot preview
  • Introduction to Linux: In The Beginning…

Ubuntu 13.10 Final Beta released

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  • Ubuntu 13.10 (Saucy Salamander) Final Beta released
  • S06E31 – Reservoir Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu Linux 13.10 Preview: Docking With Mir
  • Ubuntu 13.04 vs. Ubuntu 13.10 In A VMware VM
  • Ubuntu 13.10 Beta Downloads Go Live – This Is What’s New
  • Ubuntu 13.10 Beta Review
  • Full Circle Magazine #77 has arrived

Dell Still Offers Ubuntu Amid Microsoft Loan, Windows 8.1

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Ubuntu

thevarguy.com: Microsoft (MSFT) is loaning Dell roughly $2 billion, but Michael Dell continues to support Ubuntu, Oracle, Red Hat and other Microsoft rivals. Here's why.

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