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32bit Vs 64bit Ubuntu

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lockergnome.com: Recently I received an email where someone asked me point blank why it seems like there is better adoption for 32bit Linux vs that of 64bit. Honestly, I can see why this would be confusing.

Unity 2D: A quick look at the latest updates

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omgubuntu.co.uk: Ubuntu Unity’s "non-accelerated" sibling Unity 2D has began to play UI catch-up with its older brother.

Dell and Lenovo let Ubuntu down

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  • Canonical's Dell and Lenovo love lets Ubuntu down
  • Want Multiarch Support In Ubuntu?
  • Unity: Now more handsy than the TSA
  • Karmasphere and Canonical Announce Partnership

My Thoughts On Unity: 1 Month On

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Ubuntu

blog.joeb454.com: Since my last post, I have kept up-to-date with the latest development news on 11.04 via both the forums and Planet Ubuntu. I've been doing this, not just because I genuinely think Unity is a good idea, and I think that for me at least it will be a big step forward.

is Canonical good for free software?

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  • Has the new Ubuntu One Control Panel raised the stakes in app appearances?
  • Razing the Stakes
  • Ubuntu is NOT part of Google SoC 2011
  • Open Ballot: is Canonical good for free software?

DEX: Bridging Gaps Between Debian and Derivatives

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Ubuntu

linuxjournal.com: Matt Zimmerman, Ubuntu CTO, has found a way to bridge the ever-widening crevasse between Debian and its derivatives. The Debian Front Desktop was formed last summer in order to bring together these camps, but Zimmerman wants to go a step or two further.

Should I Switch to Linux?

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Ubuntu

pcworld.com: The first thing you should know: There is a learning curve. Linux is much easier than it used to be, but it's not Windows. If you're used to a Microsoft operating system, Ubuntu will take some adjustment.

Killing Linpus Linux, reaching for Ubuntu on netbooks

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Ubuntu

computerweekly.com: If you, like me, bought an Acer Aspire One and have been suffering with the ultra stripped down Linpus Linux Lite for your sins; then you've probably (also like me) only dreamed lazily of the heavenly possibility of having a "proper" operating system on your machine.

Kindle Ubuntu books at $0.99

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Keir Thomas, the author of Ubuntu Pocket Guide, has recently started authoring Kindle books about Ubuntu costing just $0.99 each.

Ultimate Edition 2.9 released, Screenshots

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Ubuntu

unixmen.com: Ultimate Edition 2.9 has been released! according to the announcement, this release was built off Ultimate Edition 2.8 which is built off Ubuntu 10.10 'Maverick Meerkat'. All updates fully updated / upgraded, old kernels purged, new initrd and vmlinuz rebuilt.

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