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Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Review | Oneiric Ocelot

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Ubuntu Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Oneiric Ocelot development release is out. As we have seen in the release notes for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Alpha 3 it comes with many improvements and many bugfixes along with new features.

A newbie’s report on Kubuntu

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Ubuntu I’ve to confess that I was never fond of KDE. If you ask me ‘why’, then I’ve to tell that may be I’ve started my Linux life with Gnome and it was like ‘love at first sight’! I was introduced with Ubuntu at 2007 and to be frankly, I liked it so much that I never felt to try other distros to give a serious run.

Should Upstream Contributions Count?

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  • Should Upstream Contributions Count?
  • Ubuntu Membership and Contributions to Upstream Projects
  • A Formal Introduction to The Ubuntu Orchestra Project

Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 Released - Changes and Screenshots

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Ubuntu Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Alpha 3 has been released and is now available for download. This release features Linux Kernel 3.0 final, Thunderbird 6, Firefox 6 and New Gwibber with improved design.

Shuttleworth: All your rights are belong to us

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larrythefreesoftwareguy.wordpress: Before I open palm — make that palms — and insert face, let me say that the Ubuntu community’s general mantra of “haters gonna hate” never really works as a valid argument when someone disagrees with what the self-appointed Ubuntu/Canonical leader/founder/Grand Poobah, or any other Ubuntu/Canonical leader, says.

Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3

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  • Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 – behind the scenes with Oneiric Ocelot
  • The Road to Alpha 3
  • What's Not To Like About Ubuntu?

Canonical Expands Partnerships with Game Developers

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Ubuntu Linux is not exactly the first platform that comes to mind when one thinks of computer gaming. Yet Canonical continues to expand the lineup of games available for purchase by Ubuntu users in the Software Center. Here’s a look at the latest additions.

Arios and gNatty – two interesting remaster of Ubuntu

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Ubuntu Maybe you are disappointed by Unity and looking for something new? But you would not like to go away from the known Ubuntu environment?

Many Ubuntu Users Still Hate The Unity Desktop

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Ubuntu Two weeks ago on Phoronix it was asked what do you dislike or hate about Ubuntu? This was following a discussion on the Ubuntu development list about Ubuntu developer applicants being asked about what they like the least about Ubuntu.

Getting to know Ubuntu Software Center

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Ubuntu For all of Ubuntu’s ease of use, installing software can be a pain. There are so many ways to do the deed. In recent releases of Ubuntu, it’s gotten a lot easier to install software thanks to Ubuntu Software Center. Let’s take a look at it.

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