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Ubuntu: LibreOffice Replacing OpenOffice.org Reports Premature

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itworld.com: It looks as if some folks got a little bit carried away with the news yesterday that the next version of Ubuntu, 11.04, will feature LibreOffice instead of OpenOffice.org. Because, actually, that's not exactly what's happening.

MoonOS is a complete, Ubuntu-based distribution

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ubuntulandforever.blogspot: moonOS is a complete, Ubuntu-based distribution featuring the LXDE and Enlightenment 17 desktop managers and imaginative, original artwork.

Ubuntu Software Centre

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  • First peek at ratings n’ reviews in Ubuntu Software Centre
  • rebuttal to "Ubuntu Myopia Continues..."

Ubuntu Software Center

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  • Ubuntu Software Center Getting Search Suggestion
  • Windicators ‘not critical’ to 11.04
  • Why Is Canonical Selling An Ubuntu Keyboard With A Windows Key?

tune-up your Ubuntu

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  • Easy steps to tune-up your Ubuntu / Kubuntu Linux System
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 218

Ubuntu and the price of Unity

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  • Ubuntu and the price of Unity
  • Ubuntu’s fundamental flaw: Frozen full-screen apps
  • Bacon: Thinking About Ubuntu And 2011

Linux Ubuntu

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markd60.blogspot: I am seriously thinking of making the switch from Windows to one of the Linux Operating Systems. The two most popular Linux systems are Fedora, and Ubuntu. I chose Ubuntu because one review I read said it is slightly more user friendly.

Ubuntu Is The Rich Man's OS X

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gilesbowkett.blogspot: I tweeted that I was considering making my next box an Ubuntu machine, rather than OS X. One of the many responses:

Why I use Ubuntu

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  • Why I use (and love) Ubuntu
  • Ten worst things about Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu and the Boy Scouts of America
  • Ubuntu Bug Fix Wishes for 2011

FCM#44 is HERE

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  • Full Circle Magazine #44 Available
  • Linux Outlaws 183 - Darkfield Lasers (The Year 2010 in Review)
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