This guide explains how to set up software RAID1 on an already running Ubuntu 10.04 system. The GRUB2 bootloader will be configured in such a way that the system will still be able to boot if one of the hard drives fails (no matter which one).
workswithu.com: We’ve written a lot lately about serious, geeky topics, like virtualization. But we here at WorksWithU also like to have fun from time to time. To prove it, here’s a look at some of the hilarious–or at least amusing–Easter eggs and other jokes hidden in Ubuntu.
blulin.wordpress: I have been using ubuntu since 6.06 and loving it. I recently bought a new laptop and have discovered a problem it and ubuntu.
softpedia.com: This step-by-step tutorial was created for the Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) operating system and it will teach you how to change the looks of your Linux desktop into an eye-candy, practical, simple and modern one. In other words, to pimp your desktop and change its looks:
To appease the number of people who complained at his choices he’s back with another 5 choice none of which are flowers. As always click on the image to go to the corresponding Flickr page where you can pick up super hi-res versions for diddely squat. See here
How to install an application in Ubuntu?
a) From Ubuntu Software Center: Go to Applications > Ubuntu Software Center and search for the application or tool in the list. Click install. Can't get any easier. If it's not available in the software center, download a .deb package of the application and run. (Deb packages are Ubuntu or Debian Linux equivalent of .exe installation files in Windows.)
omgubuntu.co.uk: There are a lot of things that make people switch to Ubuntu. But with all of the resources we have available in free software and the ability to dig into the open source and change for our own tastes, we all occasionally run into a wall of lack of inspiration of just what to customize, or what new usability tweak to try out.
desktoplinuxreviews.com: It has been ages since I delved into the nightmarish and barbaric world of Ubuntu Satanic Edition. Much has changed since I first dared to install it back when I worked for ExtremeTech. Is Ubuntu Satanic Edition still as evil as it used to be?
zdnet.co.uk/blogs: It seems however they have not retracted similar statements from the "Linux 101" video on the same Ubuntu page. In the video, a speaker mentions the following comments about Ubuntu:
There are no changes to the Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat artwork: no new Light Themes version, wallpaper, no new icons or anything like that - those usually come very late in the development cycle. But there are still some changes since Alpha 1 in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat and Ubuntu Netbook Edition 10.10 worth mentioning.