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Red Hat not worried about Ubuntu Unity for Linux

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Linux
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Ubuntu

blog.internetnews.com: While some in the open source community have had a negative viewpoint on Ubuntu's move away from GNOME Shell, a key Red Hat staffer doesn't have a problem with it.

Don’t Underestimate Ubuntu

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Ubuntu
  • Am I going to have to abandon Ubuntu?
  • Don’t Underestimate Ubuntu
  • More Mono apps for next Ubuntu release?
  • Comparing Netbook Desktops - Part 1, Ubuntu Unity
  • Natty free culture showcase to have theme, gets schedule
  • Ask Ubuntu Review
  • Ubuntu Bug Reporting

Tired Of Tweaking Ubuntu? Try Pinguy

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webupd8.org: Want most of the popular application you read about on blogs such as WebUpd8 installed by default? Or maybe you install Ubuntu for some friends or family and you get tired from all the tweaking required to get audio/video/flash and so on to work? You could use Pinguy OS.

Why are you working on Ubuntu?

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Ubuntu

doctormo.org: One of my goals of UDS was to do a little survey on the floor to get a feel for why participants were contributing to Ubuntu and how they see the reason for doing all this work.

Unity: Ubuntu’s Descent Into Madness!

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Ubuntu
  • Unity: Ubuntu’s Descent Into Madness!
  • Using Unity – Day 7
  • The Ubuntu Khaaaaaaaaaaan Denial of Service

From Arch to Ubuntu

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Ubuntu

arosenfeld.wordpress: A recent post in Planet Gnome about moving away from Arch into Ubuntu got me thinking, because I just did the same thing a few weeks ago, when Ubuntu 10.10 was released. But I didn’t really liked the reasons I did so.

Installing Apache2 With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Ubuntu 10.10 (LAMP)

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Ubuntu
HowTos

LAMP is short for Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP. This tutorial shows how you can install an Apache2 webserver on an Ubuntu 10.10 server with PHP5 support (mod_php) and MySQL support.

Fedora 14 vs. Ubuntu Maverick: Distinct Differences

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Linux
Ubuntu

earthweb.com: For several years, users' experience in Linux has depended more on the desktop than the distribution. Fedora 14 and Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick), conveniently released within a few weeks of each other, do little to challenge that assertion.

Living with a Maverick Meerkat

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Ubuntu
  • Living with a Maverick Meerkat
  • The Major Happenings From The Ubuntu 11.04 Summit

Ubuntu 11.04 won't be the same

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Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 11.04 won't be the same old Linux
  • Thoughts on Ubuntu and (dis-)Unity(?)
  • PPAs Turning Ubuntu into Arch?
  • Install Unity to experience the future of Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 11.04 (Desktop) Will Get The Global Menu
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