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Ubuntu 9.10's New Wallpapers and More

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softpedia.com: On October 1st, they will unveil Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) Beta and I bet everybody is wondering if Canonical will actually change the user interface (read: skin it) with a breathtaking one.

Being the Ubuntu Guy

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doctormo.wordpress: I’ve just got back from Harvard University Extension School where I was a guest speaker for a systems administration class. I was there to talk about Gnu/Linux and Ubuntu, about the stack of software and each project and so on.

Thoughts on Ubuntu One

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workswithu.com: I’ve spent the last few weeks testing Ubuntu One, Canonical’s file-storing and sharing service. Below is an outline of my experience, and thoughts on the future of the application.

Ubuntu Karmic: The good stuff

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mybroadband.co.za: Ubuntu's 9.10 release will be out next month. We look at a few of the best new features.

Will Ubuntu 9.10 Work On Your PC?

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workswithu.com: It’s the question thousands of users will surely ask when Canonical debuts Ubuntu 9.10 in October: “Will Ubuntu 9.10 work on my PC?” Canonical has developed testing software to help you determine if your system will fully support the new Ubuntu.

Linux Game Repository With a GUI: DJL

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Djl is an open-source (GPL licensed) game manager written in Python 2.5 for the GNU/Linux Operating Systems, inspired by Valve's Steam software for Windows for which anyone can submit games.

Dropping Compiz for Mutter (Metacity 3) compositing?

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blog.thesilentnumber.me: I'd like to ask the Ubuntu developer community to consider freeing up valuable CD space by removing Compiz and just using Mutter (Metacity 3) compositing in the default installation for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, Lucid Lynx.

Ubuntu Linux - To love and to hate

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sinaisix.blogspot.com: Ubuntu Linux is, arguably, the most popular Linux distro around today, with millions of people who deeply love it. There are some people however, who, for some reasons, do not just want to hear the mention of Ubuntu.

Ubuntu 10.04: A Closer Look

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workswithu.com: Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth announced objectives for Ubuntu 10.04, a.k.a “Lucid Lynx,” to attendees of the Atlanta Linux Fest (more conference coverage) last week. Here’s a look.

Linux Lands on Panasonic Toughbooks

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thevarguy.com: Ubuntu Linux is now available on Panasonic Toughbooks — those rugged devices typically found in harsh environments and vertical markets like health care, transportation, real estate and insurance.

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