linuxinsider.com (blog safari): There's no denying the magnitude of Linux's impact on the world of personal computing so far, but you know something has changed when headlines like the ones we saw last week begin appearing.
- Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) Beta 1 freeze now in effect
- Login Screen, Software Center, Ubuntu One Changes Land in Ubuntu 12.04
- Linux on Smartphones: Could it Replace the Laptop?
- An Interview with Balloons
nixternal.com: Why does Kubuntu suck? I don’t think it sucks. However after reading a lot of comments recently on the Internet about the death of Kubuntu and KDE (sarcasm there) a lot of people think it does.
- Canonical CEO admits Unity was a painful change
- Ubuntu for Android is all about the cash registers
- Ubuntu: Community Developer Interview | Boden Matthews
- seems McDonalds is happy to stick with Jaunty...
- Introducing Descent|OS: Ubuntu With GNOME 2
- 10 New Features Added to Ubuntu 12.04
- Canonical: No plans for public cloud
- Interview with Gema Gomez-Solano
This tutorial shows how to install Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot) and all the programs needed for the perfect media server to download all your media and stream it to your PS3. This setup includes Sabnzbd+ (an Open Source Binary Newsreader written in Python), Sickbeard (a PVR for newsgroup users), Couch Potato (an automatic NZB and torrent downloader), Headphones (automatic music downloader for SABnzbd), and Serviio (a free media server).
- Ubuntu: you’re doing it wrong
- Criticism: You’re doing it wrong
- Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 253
techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen highlights the three features in the next Ubuntu release that he thinks are the most compelling. Are they enough to win over Unity-haters?
tomshardware.com: Last month, we ran WBGP VIII on a MacBook Air, representing browser performance in a native Mac environment. Today we're returning to the PC. But the cross-platform comparison theme continues with a long-overdue rematch to WBGP 2: The Linux Circuit.
pcmag.com: For years, tech pundits have speculated about the merging of phones and desktop computers, with Motorola's line of Webtop accessories only the latest in a series of products. Now Canonical has stepped in with what could be the most comprehensive attempt yet: