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Daily Builds for Ubuntu 15.10 Return After One Month of Absence

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Some users from the Ubuntu community have noticed that Canonical stopped releasing daily builds for Ubuntu 15.10 over a month ago. Now, the developers have resumed the process, and things are back on track.

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Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Edition Review

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Finally, after months of waiting, the second Ubuntu Phone is upon us. The original – the BQ Aquaris 4.5 – was a serviceable phone but the poor specs and extremely early version of Ubuntu that accompanied it made it seem a lot more like an early development phone than something you’d use on a day-to-day basis. The low specs and shaky interface made it undesirable enough that our review for it was somewhat less than positive. Put simply, the hardware needed to be better, and the operating system itself needed much more love from the community and social media companies.

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Ubuntu Touch OTA-5 Update Detailed

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Now that the latest update for Ubuntu Touch has a firm launch date, the developers have also released a complete changelog for the upcoming release.

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Kubuntu's Jonathan Riddell Says Ubuntu Policy Is Still Lacking

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Kubuntu's Jonathan Riddell talked about the recent changes to the licensing procedures on the Ubuntu project, and he said that there are still some important problems that have been left unresolved.

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Ubuntu Touch Major Update Confirmed for July 20

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Ubuntu developers are preparing to launch a new major update for the phone version of the OS, and they are now pretty certain that the patch will arrive on Monday.

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Here Are the New Beautified Monochromatic Icons of Ubuntu Linux

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On July 16, Canonical's Steph Wilson posted a new article on the Ubuntu Design website to inform us all about the new beautified monochromatic icons that will be implemented in the next version of the Ubuntu Linux operating system.

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MeX Linux Distro Is Now Based on Linux Mint 17.2, Ubuntu 15.04, and Debian 8

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Arne Exton, the creator of numerous free and commercial Linux kernel-based and Android operating systems, was glad to inform us earlier about the general availability of MeX Linux Build 150714.

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Leftovers: Ubuntu

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Xubuntu Linux is Being Used to Teach Students at Colegio Hispano Americano in Puerto Rico

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The Xubuntu developers kicked off a new series of interesting articles where they interview various organizations from all over the world in regard with the usage of the Xubuntu Linux operating system.

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Linux Mint 17.2 "Rafaela" Xfce Edition RC is Based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Xfce 4.12

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Immediately after announcing the release of Linux Mint 17.2 "Rafaela" KDE Edition RC (Release Candidate), Clement Lefebvre, leader and main developer of the Linux Mint project, informed us about the immediate availability for download and testing of Linux Mint 17.2 "Rafaela" Xfce Edition Release Candidate.

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