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open note to Mark Shuttleworth

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  • I love Ubuntu - but here's a note to Mark Shuttleworth
  • Ubuntu Netbook Remix's Desktop Switcher Isn't Broken, It's Gone
  • Ubuntu 9.10 Major Breakthrough
  • Ubuntu devs fix some showstopper bugs
  • DtO: It's all in Context

LinuxCertified Announces Ultra-Affordable Full Featured Laptop with Ubuntu 9.10

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Ubuntu

linuxpr.com: LinuxCertified today announced release of LC2210Si linux laptop fully supported with Ubuntu 9.10. New LC2210Si Supports upto 8GB memory and 500GB disk, and starts at $579.

Installer Fails in Fedora and Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

linuxtoday.com/blog: Another week, another round of tinkering and messing around with Linux doodads. The Ubuntu Koala text installer has a years-old bug, and Fedora 11 LiveCD has a showstopping installer bug. Never a dull moment in computer-land!

The Karmic Koala - Not Ubuntu's Vista

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ghabuntu.com: Ubuntu Linux, without a doubt is the most popular Linux desktop OS out there. It has come a long way since Warthy Wathog some 5 years ago. The crowning release of the distro was on the 29 of October when Karmic Koala was unleashed into the wild.

Rough?

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technologytales.com: Was it because Canonical and friends kept Ubuntu in such a decent state from 8.04 through to 9.04 that things went a little quiet in the blogosphere on the subject of the well-known Linux distribution? If so, 9.10 might be proving more of a talking point and you have to wonder if this is such a good thing.

Ubuntu 9.10: My First 10 Days

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  • Ubuntu 9.10: My First 10 Days
  • Get Aero Snap in Ubuntu
  • Xubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala Review
  • Ubuntu Testing

The Perfect Desktop - Ubuntu Studio 9.10

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how you can set up an Ubuntu Studio 9.10 desktop that is a full-fledged replacement for a Windows desktop, i.e. that has all the software that people need to do the things they do on their Windows desktops. The advantages are clear: you get a secure system without DRM restrictions that works even on old hardware, and the best thing is: all software comes free of charge.

Good Karma

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  • Good Karma
  • It’s Time To Give Ubuntu Linux A Whirl
  • Booting Ubuntu 9.10 - Part 1 (The Downfall)
  • Ubuntu Karmic Review
  • How to install software in Ubuntu

Dell Ubuntu Recovery Tool Enhancements

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  • Configuring BT Mobile Broadband on Ubuntu 9.10…
  • Mythbuntu 9.10 (MythTV 0.22) installation
  • Dell Ubuntu Recovery Tool Enhancements
  • How to lock package versions from Synaptic package manager
  • Ubuntu Server Edition 9.10: No hardware required

Advice Against Upgrading Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10

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  • Advice Against Upgrading Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10
  • The Linux-OEM complaint- Learn from Ubuntu
  • From Fedora 11 to Ubuntu 9.10
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