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Screenshot Tour: Our Favorite New Features in Ubuntu 10.10

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lifehacker.com: Ubuntu 10.10, due for release this Sunday, adds a lot of little things here and there to the Linux system, but also some entirely new, great stuff. Here are the most useful and impressive new features in "Maverick Meerkat."

Ubuntu's Real Contribution to Free Software

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earthweb.com: Reactions to Ubuntu are rarely balanced. Too often, people love or hate it so extravagantly that the opinions negate themselves. So exactly what does Ubuntu contribute to free software?

Top things to do after installing Ubuntu 10.10

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unixmen.com: The final release of Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat will be out this week, after you install or upgrade to this new release you will need to customize your ubuntu by installing all needed software, tools, games and repositories in your system.

Ubuntu Community Reaches Out to Windows XP Orphans

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thevarguy.com: As Windows XP fades into the sunset, Ubuntu community members are trying to reach out to millions of Windows XP users to get them to switch to Linux.

Warning Themes - Interesting Concept to Make "Being Root Scary" for Newbie Linux Users

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techdrivein.com: Warning themes concept is another interesting idea worth a look. The rationale behind the concept to make it clear to the user that, opening something like a filebrowser as root is not the 'normal' way to do things and such actions could damage their system.

Leaving CrunchBang Linux for Lubuntu

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ericsbinaryworld.com/blog: The most recent stable version was at least a year old if not 18 months old. It wasn’t keeping up with the Ubuntu releases. I was stuck using Firefox 3.0 (or some other such old version) Then came the announcement they were switching to a Debian base. Even if I stuck with CrunchBang, I’d be forced to reinstall anyway. So I decided to give Lubuntu a shot.

Thank you, Ubuntu

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  • Thank you, Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu 10.10 T-Shirts now available in Canonical store
  • Ubuntu 10.10 RC Comes With a Ton of Improvements

Ubuntu emoticons

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“Say hello to my little friends…” I’ve just completed a set of emoticons that more closely follow our visual identity to replace the defaults on the Canonical Design Blog.

Ubuntu 10.10 scores close to a ten

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itworld.com: The newest Ubuntu Linux, Maverick Meerkat 10.10, is so close you can almost taste it. And, if you're willing to use the release candidate of Ubuntu 10.10, you can try it now. I have, and I like it a lot.

Kubuntu Hidden Extra: Message Indicator Shift Click

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skitterman.wordpress: The plasma-widget-message-indicator is not new to Kubuntu, but it got some nice improvements in this cycle.

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