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Running PC Pro on Ubuntu: the verdict

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pcpro.co.uk: Yesterday, something remarkable happened. Our entire editorial team migrated to Ubuntu overnight and – by and large – it was business as usual. The website ran as normal, magazine copy was still written, we (just about) fulfilled our day jobs.

Canonical Puts Out A Hardware List, But It Falls Short

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phoronix.com: Canonical has announced this morning they have released the "world's most comprehensive, up-to-date component catalog for Linux." It's effectively a hardware database showing components they have tested. It's interesting, but of course I have more than a few comments on the matter.

Canonical releases Component Catalog

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  • Canonical releases Component Catalog for Ubuntu & Linux
  • Canonical Releases World’s Largest Component Catalog for Linux

Why Food for the Hungry runs Ubuntu

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johndcook.com: Rick Richter is CIO of Food for the Hungry. In this interview Rick explains why his organization is moving all of its computers to Ubuntu.

Can we run PC Pro on Ubuntu?

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Ubuntu

pcpro.co.uk: Tomorrow PC Pro is going to put its money where its mouth is. To coincide with the release of the new edition of PC Pro – which features our Ultimate Guide to Ubuntu on the front cover – we’re going to attempt to run the magazine and website exclusively on Ubuntu-based PCs*.

Kubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2

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  • A Look at Kubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2
  • Ubuntu One: Ubuntu's cloud platform and its benefits explained

Designing Ubuntu

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techradar.com: Jono Bacon, community manager for Ubuntu, explores the history of the distro's desktop design

Multidimensional Ubuntu

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mybroadband.co.za: A good looking 3D interface is a primary focus of the new Ubuntu desktop (Natty Narwhal) but Canonical has assured that a 2D fall-back will be available

An Interview with System76 co-founder Carl Richell

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Ubuntu

serial-coder.co.uk: I imagine quite a few of you have heard of System76. System76 is a company that provides and supports Ubuntu pre-installed laptops, desktops, and servers. What I expect is not so well known is the people behind System76. I thought it would be a nice idea to get to know them better.

Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Screenshots

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  • Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Released - Overview and Screenshots
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Alpha 2 Review, Screenshots
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