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First Contact Review: Ubuntu 10.04 Beta2

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cristalinux.blogspot: I recently downloaded Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Linx Beta2 for testing. I love what I am seeing, so I want to share some of my initial impressions on what seems to be a release that could mark a milestone in Ubuntu's history.

Ubuntu: How to Measure Canonical’s Business Progress

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Ubuntu It’s sometimes difficult to measure Ubuntu’s business success. Canonical says Ubuntu now has about 12 million Linux users — up from an estimated 8 million users in 2007. That sounds impressive, but what does that really mean?

UbuntuOne Music Store: How a music service should be

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Ubuntu One of my biggest complains about Apple is iTunes. Why? Because everything the UbuntuOne Music Store is is what iTunes is not.

Ubuntu Shipit is Open

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  • Ubuntu Shipit is Open, Request Your Free CD
  • Full Circle Podcast #4: It’s Everyone Else’s Fault
  • Ubuntu vs. Linux Mint

Install Nautilus Elementary (2.30) In Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx

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The latest Nautilus Elementary versions comes with lots of new options, such as: you can set the toolbar either vertical or horizontal, nice looking breadcrumbs, a new gadget:

A critique of some Ubuntu Critics

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Ubuntu There is no doubt that critiquing Ubuntu is a great thing, for it is by rubbing it that it can be polished. Over the last few days however, I have read some articles that purport to be critiquing Ubuntu while in reality, the authors only display their glaring biased opinions.

Ubuntu 10.04: review

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Ubuntu I've been using Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx for a week now, and I can make a short review of what to expect in the new version of this Linux distribution.

Ubuntu 10.04 delivers

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  • Ubuntu 10.04 delivers usability, strength
  • Ubuntu 10.04 OS has enterprise appeal
  • Manage your Ubuntu One account

Why Use Ubuntu?

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Ubuntu I've been asked why I use Ubuntu a few times. When asked I ask why not. The answers to that are usually different but always follow the lines of, "I use Ubuntu because it works and does what I want it to." The real reason is much deeper than that.

The main problem with Linux: ignorant users

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Ubuntu Yesterday, I discovered one more GNU/Linux user who appears to think that Canonical does owe its users something - reliability - and is prepared to vent about it in public.

Also: Caitlyn Martin's Response

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