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Karmic Koala; Ubuntu Gets The "K"

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ubuntu-user.com: Hear that clock ticking? There are only nine days left to the release of Ubuntu 9.10. It's all very exciting and that excitement was bouncing about inside my brain as I drove my son to school this morning.

5 years later, 5 ways that Ubuntu has made Linux more human

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arstechnica.com: Today is the fifth anniversary of the Ubuntu Linux distribution. To celebrate the past five years of brown, we decided to have a look at five ways that Ubuntu has helped make the open source Linux operating system more human.

10 PPA’s You Shouldn’t Be Without

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omgubuntu.co.uk: PPA’s (Personal Package Archives) are a great way to automatically stay up-to-date with your favourite applications and packages.Below are my top ten recommendations for Ubuntu users.

Will I ditch Windows 7 for Linux…???

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jasonmcreynolds.com: So, after reading an article that I found in eWEEK about Open-Source and Mac Alternatives to Windows 7 I thought I’d try out a few “flavors” and see what’s new.

Happy Birthday Ubuntu

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  • Happy Birthday Ubuntu
  • Happybuntu! 5 Years Ubuntu
  • System76 Prepares Ubuntu 9.10 PCs, Notebook
  • Humanity To Others: Five Years Later
  • Ubuntu One Rocking The House
  • Is Ubuntu’s Koala going to be popular?

NetworkManager Gets Facelift for Ubuntu 9.10

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  • NetworkManager Gets Facelift for Karmic Koala Ubuntu 9.10
  • Ubuntu And The Opportunistic Programmer
  • Eeebuntu 4.0 to drop Ubuntu for Debian

Preview of Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala

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maketecheasier.com: The release of the newest version of Ubuntu is only 10 days away. Today we are going to take a look at Kubuntu, the KDE-based version of Ubuntu.

Top 5 New Things in Ubuntu 9.10

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linuxtree.blogspot: 1. Installation: Overall the same procedure, but with some minor differences in look and feel. Kind of reminds me of the Windows installation which said that even Windows ME was perfect.

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #164

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #164 for the week October 11th - October 17th, 2009 is available.

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