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I Can't Use Ubuntu Anymore

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muktware.com: I have been a loyal Ubuntu user (and fan) for almost half a decade. I can no longer continue to use Ubuntu, to be precise Meerkat.

New Look of the Ubuntu 11.04 Server Installer

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  • The New Look of the Ubuntu 11.04 Server Installer!
  • My Kubuntu Natty Opinions

An Ubuntu Adventure:

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  • An Ubuntu Adventure: The DELL Latitude 2120
  • An Arch User Trying Out Kubuntu 11.04
  • Ubuntu: The Gateway Linux

Ubuntu 'Unity' Desktop Environment Second Impressions

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techgage.com: A couple of days after the first beta was released of Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal), I posted my "First Impressions" on what I thought of Canonical's 'Unity' desktop environment after some light usage. I decided to install the OS on my home machine and take it, and Unity in general, for a real spin.

5 Out Of 11 Participants Crashed Unity In Canonical’s Study

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digitizor.com: Today the results of the Default Desktop User Testing for Ubuntu 11.04 was published by Canonical's Rick Spencer. The test was done using 11 participants from different backgrounds to test the new Unity interface that that Ubuntu 11.04 will have.

Kogan goes Linux crazy with Android devices, Ubuntu netbook

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computerworld.com.au: After becoming famous more than two years ago for promising to bring an Android smartphone to the Australian market, Kogan Technologies has released and Android tablet, PVR and new notebooks running Ubuntu Linux.

Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 2 Released

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ubuntuvibes.com: Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 2 has been released today that brings many new updates and fixes. This is the last beta before the final Ubuntu11.04 release on April 28. There will be no release candidate.

Unity environment in good shape, on track for Ubuntu 11.04

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arstechnica.com: In an ongoing mailing list thread, the Ubuntu Technical Board is discussing whether the new Unity environment is a suitable default for the upcoming Ubuntu 11.04 release, codenamed Natty Narwhal. The prevailing view seems to be that Unity is still on track, but

Open source and the sluggish UK public sector

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theregister.co.uk: Confronting their rapidly shrinking budgets, public sector bean counters must imagine that someone somewhere has been casting Chinese curses about living in interesting times. You would think that at times like these open-source deployments would be the obvious solution.

a retrospective on Unity bitesize bugs

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ubuntu-news.org: This cycle we started off determined to make it easy for anyone who wanted to contribute to Ubuntu Unity to have no roadblocks in their way. We concentrated on making our work processes as smooth and easy as possible.

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