itwire.com: The popular Ubuntu Linux distribution has received criticism from an unexpected corner and its ASUS Eee netbook users are likely to be left with an unworkable system.
- An open request to rename Ubuntu package formats
- Ubuntu Bittorrent Issues
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix - Have You Seen it Lately?
- eWeek's Ubuntu 9.10 Slideshow
desktoplinux.wordpress: I never thought I would say that in this blog. But there it is, for all the world to see.
tannerhelland.com: I’ve been pretty hard on Ubuntu lately. Considering that the product is free, is it appropriate for me to do things like insult its appearance and request huge lists of fixes?
itnewstoday.com: Kubuntu has been my favorite Linux distribution since the very first release. Unfortunately, Kubuntu later became known as Canonical’s third wheel, and each release seems to steadily diminish in quality. What’s responsible for its current status, and what should be done to improve it?
downloadsquad.com: Canonical made it clear from the get-go that Ubuntu 9.10 was going to pack plenty of cloud functionality for both desktops and servers. One piece of that puzzle is CouchDB, which developer Elliot Murphy was overjoyed to announce has slipped in under the wire to beat the Karmic code freeze.
- Tired of Breaking Your Windows? Maybe It’s Time For Ubuntu
- Ubuntu 9.04 Now Available on Dell Computers
- Feature-By-Feature: Ubuntu 9.10 Vs. Windows 7
- A journey to the center of Ubuntu 9.10
- What the Kubuntu Netbook Live CD looks like
- UbuntuOne Gets ANOTHER New Icon - This Time It's Pretty Nice!
Some time ago we talked about using more than 3 GB of RAM in Ubuntu 32bit which involved installing the server kernel. Well, this is no longer possible in Ubuntu Karmic Koala (9.10).
informationweek.com/blog: On Tuesday afternoon I spoke with Ivanka Majic, leader of Canonical's design team for Ubuntu Desktop and Netbook Remix. She's spearheading the effort to make Ubuntu that much more appealing and useful -- to make it more of its "Linux for human beings" namesake.
voices.washingtonpost.com: What follows is a brief tutorial on how to do that with Ubuntu, one of the more popular bootable Linux installations.