blogs.techrepublic.com: One of the new features in Ubuntu 9.10 is the Ubuntu Software Center. In a rather bold move Canonical has migrated away from the standard Add/Remove Software tool and (in the future) plans to drop Synaptic and Gdebi as well. Is this a move just for “moves” sake?
techcentral.co.za: Auto-rotating space-themed backgrounds! Surely no geek can resist that? You can get them, in the October 2009 release of Ubuntu, nicknamed Karmic Koala, which made its debut last Friday.
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #166
- So I heard you like data
- Ubuntu: Good and Bad
- Ubuntu 9.10 – First Impression
- Installing Software from Ubuntu Software Center (Karmic Koala)
- Fix for rhythmbox not playing mp3 in Ubuntu karmic
- How to recover grub2 in Ubuntu 9.10
- I did the deed (yet again)
- Karmic experience: Its been a hard days night
This tutorial shows how to prepare an Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) server for the installation of ISPConfig 3, and how to install ISPConfig 3.
Everybody posts about applications to install after upgrading to Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala. That's interesting, and some applications in those posts are quite useful. But those are just lists of applications like any other "Top 10 Ubuntu applications" list.
- full circle mag issue 30
- Upgrading Ubuntu Linux made easy
- Evoluent Vertical Mouse 3 Configuration in Ubuntu 9.10
- Ubuntu 9.10 Unleashed, Amid Windows 7 & Snow Leopard
- 5 Ways To Figure Out Ubuntu Version
- Ubuntu: Revert to traditional boot splash in 9.10
- The new Ubuntu Software Center
- Netcraft: Koala loses a little karma with Ubuntu.com
- The H: What's new in Ubuntu 9.10
- Ubuntu can't cut geek support umbilical
- Caveats for audio in 9.10
- Distro Review: Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala
- Karmix FAQ
- Canonical Matures Linux-based Netbook OS
- Ubuntu 9.10 = easiest, cheapest upgrade ever
tuxradar.com: Hot on the heals of the final release of the Karmic Koala, we've put together a video montage of 64-bit versions of Microsoft's Vista and Windows 7 operating systems booting alongside Canonical's Ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10. Watch all four at once and see which one wins!
Also: TuxRadar: Podcast Season 1 Episode 20