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- The Performance Of Ubuntu KVM Virtualization
osor.eu: More than a hundred schools across Finland are using open source for all of their desktop PCs, according to Opinsys, an open source services provider.
pcadvisor.co.uk: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx is the latest Linux operating system from Canonical, aimed at consumers. It's free, but is it sufficiently consumer friendly that you should switch from Windows?
jimlynch.com: In addition to Ubuntu, Canonical also produces or recognizes a number of Ubuntu derivatives such Kubuntu and Edubuntu. These derivatives offer different desktop environments or a more focused selection of software, geared toward a particular purpose.
As you probably know, RGBA transparency was planned to be released with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx but it eventually didn't made it because of some issues such as various applications crashing and so on. RGBA transparency has been confirmed to be included in Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat by Mark Shuttleworth at UDS-M but if you can't wait, you can try it using an Ubuntu PPA.
lockergnome.com: On the heels of the recent news that Mandriva is up for sale comes a whisper of a rumor from an insider source at a large Linux software company.
doctormo.org: Welcome to this month’s artwork gallery showcasing some of the best artwork that has been made in Ubuntu and posted to our Ubuntu Made gallery.
- Too many Ubuntus?
- What is missing from Ubuntu?: Manageability
- Getting Ready For Ubuntu 10.04 - Part 4
- Adventures with 64 bit Ubuntu
- Xubuntu Linux 10.04
- What can Linux learn from Toyota?
- Ubuntu 10.04 is good, not perfect
- Lucid dream: Ars reviews Ubuntu 10.04
- Ubuntu Names Their Desktop After Us?
- Sound Menu Changes Coming in Maverick
- Me Menu Improvements in Maverick
eweek.com: Canonical's Ubuntu Server hasn't yet caught up to the progress that's been made in Linux desktops, but it offers a serviceable alternative to server offerings from other Linux vendors and from Microsoft.