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Computer Dealers short of staff trained to Install Ubuntu Linux ?

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oskanpur.wordpress: Kanpur and Lucknow computer dealers who have for years been selling proprietary operating systems are suddenly realizing that they themselves know very little about Ubuntu Linux operating system for desktops.

Top 10 Reasons Not to Use Ubuntu

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linuxtoday blog: I thought I would give you ten reasons why you shouldn't use Ubuntu so when your Ubuntu-loving friends tell you about it you can be armed with some reasons why you would rather use Windows.

Dell Ubuntu computers cost more than Windows equivalent - so what?

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iTWire: It's hard to believe that Dell is serious about its well-publicised program to put Linux computers on the global market when there are blatantly obvious instances where the limited range of Ubuntu notebooks and desktops are more expensive than their Windows equivalent. However, is pricing as important as some may think?

ubuntu stuff

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  • In-Depth Roadmap Analysis For Ubuntu Hardy Heron 8.04

  • Ubuntu is NOT causing aggressive power management
  • Developer Summit Day 2 Report
  • Ubuntu: an appraisal of hardware support
  • Quo Vadis, Kubuntu?

From Windows to Ubuntu and Back

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appscout: For two months, Eric (my bf) and I journeyed the world of Ubuntu. We had Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty) running very nicely on our Dell Inspiron 530. We wish we could say that Ubuntu is the best alternative to Windows; sadly, it isn't.

Review of Ubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon final release

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seopher: Open source software amazes me. There was a time when free applications were either completely twattish or pirated; yet as the months roll by more and more amazing things are happening - making a world without paid software increasingly viable. Here we go again, another new Ubuntu release to prove my point.

Ubuntu Developer Summit : Day 1

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ubuntu-tutorials.com: As someone described it at the beginning of the day, is its like “speed dating for ideas”. We’re basically sitting around tables with the best minds in the Ubuntu community and hashing out ideas for Ubuntu 8.04.

Ubuntu/Mandriva comparison

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blog.zerodogg.org: I had so many various problems with 2008.0 that I felt it might be prudent to try some alternatives. My choice fell on Ubuntu. Was considering to try out Debian too, but I know Debian is good - but not quite end-user desktop-friendly.

Ubuntu 7.10: Linux Flirts With Mainstream

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linuxinsider: Are you tired of Windows? There's Always Mac, but there is another alternative. It's nearly free of viruses, incredibly stable, includes visual effects at least the equal of what Windows and Macs provide, and it comes with a bevy of software.

Book Review: Introducing Ubuntu: Desktop Linux

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techbookreport: Ubuntu Linux is one of the best hopes for a Desktop Linux for the masses. For those tentatively considering making the move there's lots of material available already, and this book is expressly designed to appeal to the new user who doesn't have a deep understanding of the mechanics of operating systems on PCs.

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