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Ubuntu, which direction are you heading?

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Running World of Warcraft in Ubuntu Linux

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news.cnet.com: If you are looking for an operating system that offers the best values, none can compare to Linux. First of all, it's free. Secondly, it comes with a lot of things, such as office tools (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation), audio and video playback, Internet and e-mail, instant messaging, and so on.

Canonical shines its Ubuntu light on consumers

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news.cnet.com: Canonical, creator of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, has taken its share of criticism for not being innovative enough for some in the Linux community. In 2010, however, Canonical's focus on design and packaging will come to be seen as a seriously shrewd strategy as it helps to take Linux to the masses.

3 Wonderful Open-Source Games to Install After Installing Ubuntu

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Based on the Quake 3 engine, World of Padman is a fun, cartoon-style first-person shooter with maps, weapons and characters inspired from the Padman series. It features nice, colourful graphics, popular modes like FFA, TDM or CTF, and weapons which will definitely make you laugh the first time you'll see them.

Infamous Chinese pirates launch Ubuntu that looks just like Windows XP

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downloadsquad.com: From the Chinese pirate masters of the non-sea-faring variety comes ... Ylmf OS! Not happy with pirating Windows XP itself, these creative Chinese have gone one step further and hacked Ubuntu to look exactly like Windows XP.

Karmic Koala: What's new in Ubuntu

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earthtimes.org: The makers of Ubuntu have made it their mission to make an operating system that is as easy to use as possible - and to provide it for free. Version 9.10, also known as Karmic Koala, was recently released. Does it live up to its programmers' lofty goals?

Lucid Lynx Alpha 1 review

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gadgetmix.com: Ubuntu 10.04’s Alpha has been released. We decided to install it on one of our netbooks to see what is new in it.

Ubuntu's backward step

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sunnyeves.blogspot: One of my friends, who installed Ubuntu going by my advice, called me yesterday to tell that it gives an error about low graphics, wherein she has a NVIDIA GeForce in her laptop. Ah, that's easy. Not surprisingly, my friend could not make a head or tail out of it.

Hidden Docky 3D Mode

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Docky comes with a hidden 3D mode. Here is how to enable it:

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Xubuntu 9.10 Review - Unremarkable

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dedoimedo.com: Xubuntu is a member of the Ubuntu family, furnished with the lightweight Xfce desktop environment, on top of the standard Ubuntu stack. So, that means that it should be as easy and convenient to use as standard Ubuntu, right?

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Beignet is the project out of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center for exposing GPGPU/compute capabilities out of Ivy Bridge hardware and newer when using a fully open-source Linux stack. While Beignet differs greatly from Gallium3D's Clover state tracker, this Intel-specific open-source OpenCL implementation is working out quite well for Ubuntu Linux. While I've been writing about Intel's Beignet project since early 2013, it's probably been about a year now since I tried out the code, which is developed by Intel's OTC graphics team in China. This weekend I tried out Beignet v0.9.2 as trying out the newest Intel OpenCL code has been on my TODO list for a while and it's been working out rather well in my initial tests. Read more