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Why Ubuntu Netbook fails in real life

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  • Why Ubuntu Netbook fails in real life
  • Ubuntu: when Linux ideology meets business
  • How To Get The Most Out Of UNE
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #196
  • Nice Volume Slider (10.10)
  • Canonical rejigs Ubuntu support services

Many hands make the light work; few make it shine

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humphreybc.wordpress: Ubuntu lives in a special place between Windows and Mac OS X reserved only for Linux: more shine than Windows, less than OS X, resulting in a steaming pile of mediocrity.

My Perfect Kubuntu 10.04 Desktop

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bigbrovar.aoizora.org: I have been running Kubuntu 10.04 now since the Release Candidate and simply upgraded to the final release. So far I would have to say it has been release smooth although not perfect. How I setup my Kubuntu Desktop.

Ubuntu LTS 10.04, a Linux OS at Its Best

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serverwatch.com: As you've probably seen, Canonical just released the latest LTS (long-term support) version of Ubuntu. Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) exists in both desktop and server form. I looked at the server edition for ServerWatch.

Fedora 13 vs. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Benchmarks

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phoronix.com: Fedora 13 was released last week with a number of new features, but how does its performance compare to that of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, which was released a month earlier? Using the 64-bit versions of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS and Fedora 13 we tested them independently.

Canonical - Ubuntu 10.04 LTS review

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itreviews.co.uk: With each and every release, Ubuntu Linux seems to get that little bit easier and friendlier to use. To put it through its paces, we downloaded the CD image of the latest iteration, Ubuntu 10.04, burned it to a disc and booted directly from it.

Ubuntu 10.04 vs Fedora 13

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linuxuser.co.uk: Spring is a lovely time of year, when the flowers bloom, the birds sing and community Linux projects release the fruit of their winter labours. Specifically, the Fedora and Ubuntu projects come to the end of their six-month cycles.

A look at how Ubuntu appears to beginners

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  • A look at Ubuntu--and at how Linux can appear to beginners
  • Lubuntu 10.04 - Distro Review
  • Ubuntu 10.04 (Netbook Edition)

full circle magazine Issue 37 available

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Full Circle issue #37 is out with a review of Lubuntu, more programming in Python, talk about streaming media, and more.

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