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Right Click Movies To Download Subtitles In Ubuntu

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Tired of searching Google for movie subtitles and just wanted to find them in the folder where you keep your movies? Now you can, by using Periscope, which is a Python script that integrates into Nautilus and all you have to do is right click.

0 A.D. Promises Real Gaming for Ubuntu

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workswithu.com: As a history Ph.D. student by day and free-software geek by night, I find that my poles of interest rarely converge. That’s why I was so excited when the real-time historical strategy game 0 A.D.

Review: Ubuntu 9.10 Brings Good Karma To Linux

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crn.com: Canonical has some lofty ambitions for Ubuntu 9.10, code-named "Karmic Koala." CRN Test Center reviewers took a look at the beta release of Ubuntu 9.10.

Ubuntu 9.10 makes a serious charge toward the enterprise level

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blogs.techrepublic.com: At the end of this month (October 29th, 2009 to be exact), Ubuntu will be releasing its newest take on the Linux operating system. This time around, it should be obvious (even to the biggest of skeptics) that Ubuntu is making some serious inroads to the business and enterprise scene.

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #163

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ubuntu.com: Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue #163 for the week October 4th - October 10th, 2009 is available.

Karmic review

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jbailey.livejournal: Jaunty was miserable. Bugs in the Intel drivers meant that DVD playing stopped working, sounds would occasionally lock up, and things were just painfully slow. Karmic to the rescue.

Gordon's Adventures with Ubuntu - Part 1

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gordonsramblings.blogspot: On Thursday night I downloaded and installed Linux on my laptop. My son suggested that Ubuntu would be a good option as her reckopns it is probably the implementation that is most complete. As it says on the website - "Linux for humans".

Ubuntu 9.10 - Almost Perfect

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lunduke.com: I can be a rather harsh critic. It’s been quite some time since I’ve given a really glowing review of any Linux Distro on the Computer Action Show. But Ubuntu 9.10 is as close to perfection as any version of Linux I have ever seen.

Installer Slideshow in Ubuntu 9.10 Helps New Users

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workswithu.com: Starting with Karmic, Ubuntu now has its own slideshow for users to view while waiting for the installation to finish. Here’s a run down.

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