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Defense of the Six-Month Release Cycle

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workswithu.com: Instead of pushing out an updated version of Ubuntu with a new feature set every six months, some have argued, developers should issue new releases less frequently, or recommend that only LTS versions be used for production. I disagree.

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #141

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 141 for the weeks May 3rd - May 9th, 2009. is available.

A Review of Jaunty Jackalope

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linuxphile.org: The installation of Ubuntu always takes me by surprise. Each time I upgrade or install Ubuntu on a new machine I see improvements in user interface, hardware detection, and speed. This release was even more impressive.

Ubuntu Poem

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  • Ubuntu Poem by a Kid

  • How to Install OpenOffice.org 3.1 on Ubuntu 9.04
  • Reasons To Hate Ubuntu
  • Erase CD-RW In Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 1 freeze ahead
  • Jaunty Notifications, but why did Ted Dzuiba bash it?

Dell Adds Ubuntu Option to Mini 10; Promises 2 GB RAM

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Ubuntu

pcmag.com: Dell has added Ubuntu as an option to its Inspiron Mini 10 netbook, a Dell spokeswoman wrote in a blog post this week. Also on Dell's to-do list: a 2-Gbyte RAM option, and an ATSC TV tuner.

Graphic (Video) Drivers Ubuntu Repository

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You can now reduce the wait for the latest graphic card driver in Ubuntu, which will only be available in a few months. There is an Ubuntu repository periodically updated with the latest open source drivers included in the xorg project.

Ubuntu 9.04 With Older Hardware

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  • Running Ubuntu 9.04 With Older Hardware

  • 10 Reasons why Ubuntu is a BIG Failure in India
  • Living with Ubuntu 9.04
  • Kubuntu with KDE4 is AMAZING! Not.
  • DeviceKit update, future handling of Fn key maps

Why Ubuntu Should Embrace Wine

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workswithu.com: In an ideal world, software vendors would write native ports of their applications for Linux and release the source under the GPL. But that’s never going to happen.

Fix Amarok 2 and last.fm Scrobbing in Ubuntu Jaunty

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Amarok 2 in Jaunty is not working scrobbing the music to last.fm service but you can add to your sources list the kubuntu-experimental repository and update Amarok. Last.fm scrobbing is working with the latest version of Amarok 2.

What Do Carrot Top and Ubuntu Have in Common

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gramourshots.com: They’re both ugly, orange and annoying. Ubuntu is a Linux distribution, a free alternative operating system, if you will. As a “hobbyist OS”, it was fine. So where does the orange and annoying come in?

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