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Is the Ubuntu Site down

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  • Is the Ubuntu Site down on the release of 12.04?
  • What's new in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
  • Who’s Using Canonical’s Launchpad Portal?

Things To Tweak After Installing Ubuntu 12.04

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webupd8.org: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Preise Pangolin has been released and many of you have already upgraded or plan on upgrading, so I've made yet another post that you'll hopefully find useful, with things that you may want to tweak, fix or install in Ubuntu 12.04.

Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) released!

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ubuntu.com: The Ubuntu team is very pleased to announce the release of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Long-Term Support) for Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core products.

Ubuntu Precise versus Ubuntu Lucid – what you can expect

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mybroadband.co.za: The latest Ubuntu release, Precise Pangolin, goes head-to-head with the previous Long-Term Support version of the Linux-based operating system

Getting Help With Ubuntu

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  • Getting Help With Ubuntu 12.04
  • Theming update planned for Ubuntu 12.10
  • Ubuntu 12.04 – Jane Silber talks Unity, community and ‘continuous computing’
  • Most Popular Linux Distribution: Ubuntu

Interview with Canonical’s Jono Bacon

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  • Interview with Canonical’s Jono Bacon
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 262
  • Oscar-Winning Video Editor Demoed on Ubuntu
  • Hey Journalists! Know Your Ubuntu Names
  • Ubuntu 12.04 (LTS) Released This Week

The Distro you’re looking for

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  • Triple review - Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Linux Mint
  • Ubuntu 12.04 Review: This is the Distro you’re looking for
  • Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin Latest New Features
  • Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 12.04
  • Warty WARTHOG To Quantal QUETZAL in Pictures
  • Kubuntu remains healthy
  • Shuttleworth: Quality has a new name

Ubuntu 12.10 finally has a codename

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  • Ubuntu 12.10 finally has a codename
  • Ubuntu 12.10 Gets a Release Date

If my mother-in-law can use Ubuntu Linux, anyone can

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zdnet.com: Enough is enough; you don’t need to be a tech. geek to use Linux. If my 79-year old mother-in-law can use the Ubuntu Linux desktop, anyone can.

Shuttleworth: The Internet Is Changing, Not Dying

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wsj.com: The world is moving increasingly towards environments where consumers and employees download apps from sanitized app stores and use software that is native to the devices on which they run.

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