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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #144

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Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #144 for the week May 24th - May 31st, 2009 is available.

Ubuntu - Long Term Support - How long is it really?

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linux.com: Ubuntu GNU/Linux Long Term Support which are the Ubuntu GNU/Linux versions that are supported for three years for desktop versions and five years for server versions.

Find A Kid To Fix It

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primaryschoolcomau.blogspot: I also wasn't sure how the kids would go navigating the Ubuntu interface that is slightly different to Windows. Within about 5 minutes some of them had worked out how to use the built-in video camera, change the wallpaper, customise the desktop and discover nearly all the bugs that I hadn't anticipated.

Linux New Media Launches Ubuntu User Magazine

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linuxpromagazine.com: Canonical's popular Ubuntu operating system continues to win followers around the world, and Ubuntu User is the first print magazine specifically for this rapidly growing audience.

Full Circle Magazine #25 Available

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fullcirclemagazine.org: This month, we’ve got some awesome stuff coming your way, including a copy of Beginning OpenOffice 3 up for grabs by one of you!

Ubuntu 9.10 Goals And Disappointments

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anotherubuntu.blogspot: There is plenty of stuff to get excited about in the comming release of Ubuntu, Karmic Koala. What has been confirmed is:

Gone Linux (Again)

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mkoby.com: Last month I made a decision. I decided to jump back into Linux. My last journey into Linux was about 3 years ago when I ran it at home for a solid year or so. The Linux world moves a lot faster than it use to so i figured now was a good time to jump back into its waters.

Why is Ubuntu 9.40 (Jaunty) Not LTS?

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ubuntulinuxhelp.com: "Why is Jaunty not an LTS release, shouldn't I just stay with Hardy?" That's a question I received from one of my clients.

Forget Moblin! UNR rocks on the Classmate

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education.zdnet: Last week I fired up the latest beta of Moblin, the open source netbook/MID/nettop operating system originally spearheaded by Intel, but now shepherded by the Linux Foundation.

SIGINT: Ubuntu Privacy Remix

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h-online.com: The Ubuntu Privacy Remix (UPR) project is presenting the second beta version of its live CD, at SIGINT 09, a conference organized in Cologne by the Chaos Computer Club (CCC).

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