blogs.zdnet.com: The vintage Commodore 64 personal computer is getting a makeover, with a new design and the latest version of Ubuntu Linux.
Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter. This is Issue #185 for the week March 14th - March 20th, 2010.
- Ubuntu 10.04 LTS “Lucid Lynx” Preview
- Ubuntu Linux- In need of a unique identity
- Build a lightweight graphical system in Ubuntu
- Ubuntu 9.10 Desktop switch with mouse wheel
- Ubuntu drifting away from open source?
- How to remove social network features but keep sound applet
- Use your favorite video as an animated background in Ubuntu
- Data loss after update
arstechnica.com: Canonical has announced the availability of the first Ubuntu 10.04 beta release. The new version of Ubuntu, codenamed Lucid Lynx, is scheduled to arrive in April. It will be a long-term support (LTS) release.
junauza.com: Philip Newborough has announced the development release (Alpha 1) version of CrunchBang Linux 10. For the first time ever, the distro is being built using Debian sources, instead of Ubuntu.
- Ubuntu Music Store (coming soon!)
- Free Software is a democracy, NOT!
- Ubuntu Dropbox
- Xubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) Beta 1 Screenshots Tour
- Nerd alert: first Lucid-Lynx Ubuntu beta fun
- Ubuntu 10.04 beta1 Screenshot tour
- The New Ubuntu Linux's five best features
- All Done With Ubuntu
- Lubuntu 10.04 Beta 1 Released; Screenshots
- Bye Ubuntu, it could have been fun .. but it wasn't
- Why Shuttleworth is right - Ubuntu not a democracy and shouldn't be
- Democratic, Meritocratic, or Dictatorship?
- Is the Scrollbar Going Away?
- Ubuntu: three little buttons cause a great deal of angst
- Testing The Power Management Of Ubuntu 10.04
- Lucid Lynx Review: New features since Ubuntu 9.10
- Is the UbuntuOne Music Store ready yet?
- Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Beta 1 Out for Testing
apachelog.wordpress: This post is supposed to make it clear why Kubuntu is what it is. Writing this down is necessary because people constantly get the wrong picture.
earthweb.com: Ubuntu’s Lucid Lynx (Ubuntu 10.04) is still six weeks away from release. However, on the eve of the first beta release, the daily builds and news releases suggest that Lucid will be one of the most innovative versions of Ubuntu for several years.