thevarguy.com: If Canonical had its way, OEMs would make sure Ubuntu ran well on their hardware before shipping it. But most OEMs don’t, so Ubuntu developers have resorted to the next best thing:
utherpendragonfly.wordpress: The new Ubuntu release (Oneiric Ocelot) comes out in about three weeks. Since the Linux news feeds I peruse have been filled with all the great improvements being made to the Unity interface in Ubuntu, I thought I’d download the new Ubuntu 11.10 beta 2 and check it out.
jonobacon.org: One key focus of work in the Ubuntu 11.10 cycle was getting the lenses functionality in Unity in shape. 11.10 brings a series of stability and usability improvements to the lenses functionality.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Although you may be eager to try out the latest features, using this beta release as your primary operating system/in place of Ubuntu 11.04/10.04 is not recommended.
apcmag.com: The unthinkable is happening – Linux Mint is overtaking Ubuntu in popularity.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Always using creative flair in their promotion of Ubuntu, the Vancouver team has today announced the release of a downloadable guide to using the Ubuntu Software Center.
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 233
- Battle: Ubuntu 11.04 vs Windows 8 (video)
- Recent Unity Updates Bring Changes
- Series: Introduction to Ubuntu Development – Part 5
ubuntumanual.org: Canonical recently released its Beta version of Kubuntu 11.10, Oneiric Ocelot, with all eyes toward the final release scheduled for October 13. We take a look at this release and the new KDE 4.7 Desktop and Netbook Plasma Workspaces.
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- Installing Software On Ubuntu
unixmen.com: If you were to give it a thought, you will agree, that it is time for open source software to have a greater presence in Mainframe segment as well. For some time now Canonical’s Ubuntu software offers support for x86-Powered System x and Blade Center lines.