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Processing 10000 Pictures Using Many Computers With Oropo (Debian/Ubuntu)

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Have you ever had a lot of data to process? In such a moment after a while of processing we realize that it will take ages to complete. It would be faster if we could use two or three or even more computers. Let's use some computers - you think it is a lot of configuration? You are wrong. With Oropo it's easy. Let's discuss a problem of processing large number of pictures. First approach for solving this problem is to process pictures sequentially on one computer. Second approach is to process pictures parallelly on many computers.

Preview Ubuntu Firefox start page

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  • Preview the Slick New Ubuntu Firefox Start Page
  • 21 Gorgeous CD Labels for Lucid
  • Cool Kubuntu Users
  • Mythbuntu 10.04 ‘Lucid Lynx’ [Ubuntu with MythTV]
  • Canonical to Offer Junior Admin Certification for 10.04
  • Unlock Gnome Panel For Customization in UNR
  • The 10-Minute Ubuntu Setup

Wubi Installer and the Ubiquitous Ubuntu

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robertogaloppini.net: Wubi, the famous Windows Ubuntu installer, is probably one of the reasons why Ubuntu is the most popular Linux desktop distro, at least among Windows users.

Lucid Lynx Week

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jdeeth.blogspot: It's a big week in Linux Land as Lucid Lynx is released on Thursday (4/29). I've been doing this long enough, and things went well enough on the test machine, I decided to jump the gun and upgrade to the final.

Ubuntu: Does Freedom Matter?

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  • Ubuntu: Does Freedom Matter?
  • Ubuntu 10.04: A Final Look At What to Expect
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #190

Lucid Lynx paves way for Ubuntu shake-up

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zdnet.co.uk: Canonical has published the release candidate for Ubuntu 10.04 — codenamed Lucid Lynx — which adds consumer-friendly features, better integration with cloud infrastructure, and a new look.

Pleasant Surprises with Ubuntu 10.04 RC

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zdnet.co.uk/blogs: I've had a couple of very pleasant surprises with the Netbook Remix of the Lucid Release Candidate this weeend.

PCLinuxOS Falls Short Of Ubuntu?

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  • PCLinuxOS 2010 Runs Against, But Falls Short Of Ubuntu 10.04
  • Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 on Sony Vaio UX
  • Get all Media packages in Ubuntu 10.04
  • Flyback - Time Machine Style Backup for Ubuntu

X-Server problems in Ubuntu 10.04 rc

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  • X-Server problems in Ubuntu 10.04 release candidate
  • X.org server memory leak bug fix [Call for testing]
  • Notifications in Kubuntu 10.04
  • Full Circle Podcast #5: Manual Dexterity

10 Applications You Must Install On Ubuntu

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makeuseof.com: Normally when a new release comes out, a lot of people (myself included) like to start over with a fresh install. So if you decide to do so, come the 29th, here are some of the Ubuntu applications that you might want to install on a fresh Lucid Lynx install.

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    Congatec announced a compact, low power computer-on-module based on Intel’s 14nm “Braswell” SoCs, and featuring triple display outputs, and up to 4K video.

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