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ubuntu 11.10 Won't Ship with Classic GNOME

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  • Collateral Damage Due to Radical Change in UI for Ubuntu

Natty Narwhal with Unity: Worst Ubuntu beta ever

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  • Natty Narwhal with Unity: Worst Ubuntu beta ever
  • Narwhal spotted at Lambeth Bridge
  • First Look: Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) Beta 1
  • Five neat changes in today’s Unity update

Ubuntu moving forward with Jono Bacon at Fedora

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ftbeowulf.wordpress: I woke this morning to news that rocked my world. Jono Bacon was a Fedora employee and he had decided to tell the entire world about it. His conscience had finally wrestled with his ID and won.

Lady Gaga goes gaga over Ubuntu

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junauza.com: After enthralling the techies at Google last week, Lady Gaga has given her geek fans another reason to smile. In a press conference this Monday, the Grammy award-winning singer confessed that she is an avid fan of Ubuntu.

Four New Features Coming to Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal'

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pcworld.com: The combination of Ubuntu Linux's growing popularity with all the big changes coming up in the next version mean that Natty Narwhal, or Ubuntu 11.04, might just be the most widely and anxiously anticipated release of the open source operating system ever.

Ubuntu 11.04 Beta released, reviewed

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  • Ubuntu 11.04 'Natty Narwhal' Beta 1 Released - Review and Screenshots

First Look: Ubuntu 11.04 Beta

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news.softpedia.com: Tomorrow, March 31st, Canonical will unleash to the world the first Beta version of the upcoming Ubuntu 11.04. With this occasion we thought it will be a wonderful idea to inform our readers about some very nice features that will be included

Fedora 15 vs. Ubuntu 11.04: The Battle for Linux Desktop Supremacy

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junauza.com: In a few weeks from now, latest versions from two of the finest Linux distributions will be unleashed, bringing along some major changes to the traditional desktop.

Ubuntu’s Non-Free Parabox

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  • Ubuntu’s Non-Free Parabox
  • Ubuntu’s Contributions
  • Here Is A Solution For Ubuntu's Adobe Flash Problem

Narwhal rising

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manilastandardtoday.com: That’s the first thing that went through my head when I learned that the next version of Ubuntu Linux, Release 11.04, would be codenamed Natty Narwhal, in keeping with the tradition of alliterative animal names.

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