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Early Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Benchmarks

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phoronix.com: There is still three months left until Ubuntu 10.10 "Maverick Meerkat" will be officially released along with the Ubuntu Netbook spin and the various other incarnations of this popular Linux distribution, but today we have some initial netbook tests of this next version of Ubuntu Linux.

Farewell to Windows: The Ubuntu Option

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10magazine.asia: Once the realm of hackers and code monkeys, the Ubuntu version of Linux has finally come of age in terms of ease of use.

Something is wrong with the software publishing plan for Ubuntu

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handypenguin.blogspot: Lately I have been watching a couple of threads related to Ubuntu packaging and publishing which makes me feel something is wrong.

Oh where oh where could our CDs be

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blog.nixternal.com: Lucid, 10.04, was released nearly 3 months ago and still to this date the Ubuntu Chicago LoCo Team has not received our shipment.

Catching up with Canonical’s CEO, Jane Silber – exclusive interview

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linuxuser.co.uk: Six years ago, Jane Silber met Mark Shuttleworth at a party in London. Having started at Canonical just over a week later, she is now stepping into Shuttleworth’s shoes as the CEO of the company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution.

10 reasons why Mint might not fail in India

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thelinuxexperiment.com: Last evening while reading the SA forums, I encountered a thread about Linux and what was required to bring it to the general public. One of the goons mentioned a post that indicated ten reasons why Ubuntu wasn’t ready for the desktop in India.

Just What Will be for Sale in the Ubuntu Software Center Come October?

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omgubuntu.co.uk: The framework for supporting paid applications in the Ubuntu Software Centre will almost certainly be in place for Ubuntu 10.10 - but what could users expect to see on sale?

Ubuntu font: what the glyph!

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  • Ubuntu font: what the glyph!
  • dear canonical - big mistake!
  • New Ubuntu Fonts – No You Cannot Use Them Yet!

Dell cuddles Canonical for big Ubuntu fluffer love

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theregister.co.uk: Dell is working with Canonical to help customers float Ubuntu-powered open-source clouds while also cozying up to developers.

First look: new Ubuntu font boosts Linux typography

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arstechnica.com: Today Canonical launched a closed beta for the new font, making it available to testers and Ubuntu contributors. I tested it on my desktop computer, running Ubuntu 10.04. After installing the package, I enabled it in the GNOME appearance preference dialog.

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