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Sabayon & Ubuntu releases

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  • Sabayon Linux 5.4 GNOME and KDE Released
  • Ubuntu 10.10 Release Candidate Released

Ubuntu 10.10 beta preview

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theinquirer.net: THE LATEST OUTING of Canonical's Linux distribution Ubuntu shows that the firm is on the right track to make it the default choice of Linux for those thinking of making the switch from Windows.

mFatOS - A fat Ubuntu

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dedoimedo.com: mFatOS is a Linux distribution forked from stock Ubuntu. It is designed to be network independent, i.e. everything comes with the distro, little or no need for online updates, so this will appeal to people with bad or no Internet connection.

Ubuntu, distilled, in type

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  • Shuttleworth: New and Beautiful: Ubuntu, distilled, in type
  • Dell Servers Certified to Run Ubuntu Server Edition
  • Jono Bacon: On Being Transparent
  • OMG! Ubuntu Gamer!
  • Googlubuntu: Search for Ubuntu
  • Community Artwork – Building Bridges

Ubuntu 10.10 Beta 1 and a Dell M4500

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communities.bmc.com: My Linux life has been pretty stable and mundane lately (other than a DAVMail outage, mentioned below). The main desktop runs Ubuntu 10.04, and it has been humming along without issue.

An Inconvenient Truth

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apachelog.wordpress: Are you tired of having to install Ubuntu Tweak every time you install Ubuntu to get the window button alignment you want? Are you tired of having random stuff appended to your emails? Are you tired of having decision made behind your back?

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #212

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #212 for the week September 19 - September 25, 2010.

Edubuntu Maverick News

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jonathancarter.org: This release wasn’t as big shake-up as the last one, but it’s still a very good release for Edubuntu that builds on the work we did in the previous release.

Canonical to expand cooperation with Taiwan PC makers; launching new OS next month

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digitimes.com: Canonical, the designer of Linux-based operating system Ubuntu, is preparing to host a hardware summit in Taiwan and is hoping the event will help open the door for cooperation with Taiwan-based PC makers for them to adopt Ubuntu.

Standard Ubuntu on the Netbook

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amysramblings.wordpress: I’ve reinstalled standard Ubuntu on my netbook. Why?

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