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Canonical To Drop Support For Ubuntu 9.10

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linuxjournal.com: With an announcement on the security mailing list, Canonical has confirmed that support for Ubuntu 9.10 will cease on April 29 2011. This came as no surprise as it adheres to the expected support cycle of a .10 Ubuntu release.

Natty Narwhal T Shirts now available

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  • Natty Narwhal T Shirts now available in Canonical store
  • New Unity Update Brings Options for Adjusting Launcher Behavior
  • Demystifying Unity’s Graphics Hardware Requirements

Ubuntu 8.04 reaches end-of-life on May 12

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ubuntu-news.org: Ubuntu announced its 8.04 Desktop release almost 36 months ago, on April 24, 2008. For the LTS Desktop releases, Ubuntu committed to ongoing security and critical fixes for a period of 36 months. The support period is now nearing its end.

Ubuntu 11.04 beta review – Natty Narwhal’s naughty but nice…

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linuxuser.co.uk: Ubuntu 11.04 is one of the most controversial and highly anticipated releases of the popular Linux distro. And the first beta of Natty Narwhal gives you a chance to preview many of its innovations – including the brand new Unity interface…

Also: Natty Not-quite

Ubuntu 11.04 beta testers divided over Unity

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techtarget.com: In the short time since the release of Ubuntu 11.04 beta, the OS has received mixed reviews.

Ubuntu 11.04: Small issues, big win

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techrepublic.com: Jack Wallen recants his original take on Ubuntu 11.04 and Ubuntu Unity. See what happened to make him so drastically change his mind about the upcoming release from Canonical.

To be Unity or not to be Unity. That is the question.

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ubuntumanual.org: In 18 days from today, Canonical and the Ubuntu community will ship Ubuntu 11.04 Natty with their new baby - Unity! Developers are very confident about how people will perceive it. Still some are apprehensive. Check out some of the arguments by a few users:

How I use the Unity Dash

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castrojo.tumblr: I’ve already talked about how I multitask with Unity. Today I’m going to talk about how I use the Dash.

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Meet the ubuntu (or rather unity) menu; will you call this an innovation?

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justinstories.wordpress: The ubuntu desktop never stops to amuse and never stops to innovate. The ubuntu unity packs in with load full of features and one never stops to wonder how much thought have been gone into come up with all those ideas, if only some efforts was also put into the planning and implementation of those nice ideas.

How I multitask in Unity

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castrojo.tumblr: I have made a video of how multitasking works in Unity to demonstrate some of the more advanced features.

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