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Why Ubuntu Should Continue with Upstart for 11.10

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undacuvabrutha.wordpress: So I just read Lennart Poettering’s “fair and balanced” review of sysvinit, upstart, and systemd….wow. Looking at his comparison chart, we in Ubuntu must be idiots to not switch over to systemd immediately…

In-Depth Look at Ubuntu 11.04

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  • An In-Depth Look at Ubuntu 11.04
  • First Look at Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal Final (video)
  • Shuttleworth: 11.04, A Leap Forward
  • Workaround for Installer Manual Partition Selection
  • Understanding Unity, Launcher & Dash Of Ubuntu 11.04
  • possible “signal out of range” problem fix
  • What's Coming Up For Ubuntu 11.10 & The Summit
  • Install Mplayer and Multimedia Codecs in Ubuntu 11.04
  • Fix common Gnome 3 issues on ubuntu 11.04
  • Ubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric Ocelot" is Now Open for Development
  • New default apps in 11.10

Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal' Washes Ashore

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  • Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal' Washes Ashore
  • Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty) UI options - For beginners
  • Ubuntu's marketing kick: Is Canonical the next Apple?
  • Ubuntu 11.04 - Notes, Tips and Warnings

Ubuntu 11.04: To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade?

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Ubuntu It's been just a few hours since the release of Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal', and the buzz about it just won't die down. Even though it brings along a slew of new features and changes, the reactions have been somewhat mixed.

Also: Don’t Upgrade Without Help

Natty Narwahl: Ubuntu marine mammal not fully evolved

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Ubuntu After a bumpy ride with the initial beta – which I dubbed the single worst beta release of Ubuntu I've ever tested – I did not have high hopes for the final release. Those low expectations were fortunate, because although things have certainly improved, they're a long way from the level of polish that we've come to expect from Ubuntu.

A Primer on Unity

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  • Ubuntu 11.04: The Best Linux Desktop Yet, But With The Worst Timing

Top 6 Ubuntu 11.04 Bugs That You Must Avoid

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  • Unity Tip: Change Unity Launcher Configuration settings
  • Unity: 3 Rants And A Tip
  • 7 Things You Might Want To Do After Installing Ubuntu 11.04
  • What you need to know about the new Ubuntu
  • How to Upgrade your Ubuntu ISO Without Re-downloading
  • Things to Tweak and Fix after Install

Ubuntu 11.04 "Natty Narwhal" Available

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  • Ubuntu 11.04: What to Expect in Every Open Source Flavor
  • What's new?

Ubuntu Linux 11.04 review

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Ubuntu A new interface makes our favourite free operating system slicker and more usable than ever

Leaked links to Ubuntu 11.04

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  • Leaked links to Ubuntu 11.04
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Boot Performance Compared To Past Releases
  • Ubuntu 11.04 release improves cloud functionality and servers
  • How to Upgrade to Ubuntu 11.04 Easily
  • 12 Things I did After Installing New Ubuntu 11.04
  • Our complete guide to Unity in Ubuntu 11.04
  • The Official Ubuntu 11.04 disc artwork
  • An Ubuntu Adventure: Installing DELL’s Patches
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