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Debian vs. Ubuntu: Contrasting Philosophies

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earthweb.com: Debian and Ubuntu are distributions that lend themselves naturally to comparison. Not only is Ubuntu a continuing fork of Debian, but many of its developers also work on Debian. So what are the differences between these Siamese twins?

My first experience with Ubuntu

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benmccann.com: I just got a laptop loaded with Lucid Lynx and have had a bit of a mixed experience adjusting. I’ve actually used Ubuntu a bit in the past, but only minimally and never as my primary computer until now.

full circle magazine issue #38!

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In this issue, a review of Ubuntu 10.04, a new series on virtualization, and much, much more.

Using the Mint Menu in Ubuntu 10.04

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One of the features of Linux Mint is a replacement for the standard Gnome application menus. Linux Mint is actually based off Ubuntu, and it is fairly easy to add the MintMenu to your existing Ubunut 10.04 installation. This tutorial will show you how.

Fun stats from Ubuntu Manual Project

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omgubuntu.co.uk: I thought I'd share some interesting statistics with you that we've collected through our website over the past two months since the release of Ubuntu 10.04 and Getting Started with Ubuntu 10.04.

Ubuntu Nearing X Server Not Running As Root

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phoronix.com: Based upon a recent email to the X.Org developers' mailing list, Canonical is nearing the point of one of their goals for Ubuntu 10.10 of a rootless X Server, or being able to run the X.Org Server without root privileges.

Lucid Lynx boot times - 10 seconds, yes or no?

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dedoimedo.com: I love Lucid very much; it's slowly replacing Jaunty as the major Ubuntu flavor on my various machines. This begs the question, does Lucid bring in any improvements required to break the 10-second barrier?

Ubuntu 10.04 Review

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linusearch.com: I have been keeping an eye on Ubuntu for a long time. The operating system itself has put out a lack luster performance on previous installs. In the past each time I had installed Ubuntu there was always a show stopper of some sort.

Why isn't Ubuntu good enough for US classrooms?

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zdnet.com/blog: Ubuntu clearly rivals Windows 7 in terms of stability, speed, and functionality. Yet school IT staff who try to take advantage of this free software often meet with serious resistance.

Testing Out Btrfs In Ubuntu 10.10

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phoronix.com: Yesterday we reported that Ubuntu 10.10 gained Btrfs installation support and since then we have been trying out this Btrfs support in Ubuntu "Maverick Meerkat" and have a fresh set of Btrfs benchmarks to serve up.

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