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Suru Icon Theme Package Lands in Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty Tahr)

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The Ubuntu design team announced a while ago that they were planning to update the old icon theme used until now in the recent Ubuntu OSes. Canonical made some small modifications over time, but the icons no longer fit with the plans for a convergent experience.

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WD My Cloud NAS on Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

I decided that 2014 for me was going to be the year of the Network Attached Storage (NAS). Last year was the year that I finally abandoned my desktops and went all laptop for both my Mac-based iOS development workflow and general purpose computing (i.e, everything else on my Acer i5 running Lubuntu). This year I wanted to have a massive centralized storage where I could put all my videos and photos so I can access it from any laptop or mobile device. What follows is what I chose and how to hook it up to Lubuntu.

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Upgraded Kernel & Mesa Yield A Big Boost For Athlon R3 Graphics

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Graphics/Benchmarks
Ubuntu

With OpenArena the frame-rate went from just 8 FPS on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to 19 FPS when using the Linux 3.14 kernel. Linux 3.14 allows for the R3 Graphics to re-clock to their highest performance state compared to Linux 3.13 where DPM isn't enabled by default for GCN GPUs. When going to Mesa 10.2-devel that will be officially released in about one month, the frame-rate rose to 25 FPS... That's over a three-fold performance improvement when pulling in the bleeding edge latest code.

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Ultimate Edition 3.9 Linux Distro Is a Complete Mess

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Reviews
Ubuntu

The previous version of Ultimate Edition was a more down-to-earth variant that came up with some interesting features. It was one of the few distros out there that chose to keep Unity as a desktop environment, but the current version is a complete mess.

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Meizu Shows Its MX3 Running Ubuntu for Phones

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Ubuntu

Canonical announced a while ago that it had chosen Meizu and BQ as the first hardware partners for the first Ubuntu-powered phones, and now an official video of Ubuntu running on a Meizu phone has been made public.

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Install Kubuntu on Windows XP systems

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GNU
KDE
Linux
Microsoft
Ubuntu

Windows XP has officially died today as Microsoft pulls the plugs that leaves millions of users as juicy targets for crackers and cyber criminals and there will be massive attacks on these systems so it’s extremely important for Windows XP users to move away from this dead OS. There are two options for such users – either they upgrade to heavily criticized Windows 8 (which may not even work on their current hardware) or they simply move to Linux.

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elementary OS "Isis" First Details Revealed, It Looks Unbelievably Good – Video

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GNU
Linux
Ubuntu

elementary OS "Isis" is the next iteration of the famous operating system that swooped everyone off their feet with some amazing looks and a new desktop concept. The first details about the new version have been revealed and it is going to be one of the most beautiful Linux distributions in the world.

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Ubuntu Touch Gets More Fixes with the Latest Images

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Ubuntu

Ubuntu for phones and tablets has confronted with a number of blockers in the development, but that hasn't stopped its makers from implementing new features and fixing some bugs.

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Ubuntu Phone Pricing Will Fall Within $200-400 Category, Mobile OS Can Run In A Desktop Operating System As Well

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Ubuntu

Ubuntu phone: Are you an Android for the past couple of years but recently you have been looking for a fresh take on your smartphone OS experience? If so, then you may want to check out Ubuntu's phone which would arrive some time this year.

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Canonical Shows Off Unity8 (Mir) and Unity7 (X11) Running at the Same Time on the Same PC

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Canonical is making its own display server for Ubuntu, called Mir. The Ubuntu developers are also working on the next iteration of Unity, which is at the moment available only on the mobile platform, but it seems that it's now a lot closer to being integrated successfully on the desktop.

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