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10 Expert Ubuntu Tricks

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  • 10 Expert Ubuntu Tricks

  • Migrating to ext4
  • Tweet From Ubuntu 9.04 Terminal
  • What should become of Edubuntu?
  • Vista Fonts in Ubuntu
  • Logitech Webcam & Skype under Ubuntu

Why is hating Ubuntu popular?

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  • Five Minutes of Ubuntu 9.04

  • Best IM Client For Ubuntu
  • Disable Notifications in Ubuntu 9.04
  • change the way Ubuntu 9.04 notifies you of updates
  • Why is hating Ubuntu popular?
  • How-To: Enable Last.fm Song Submission in CMus
  • Xmind: Best Mind Maping Software For Ubuntu
  • Ubuntu: Jaunty isn’t Pretty
  • My first trial with Ubuntu - Hopeless
  • 25 Ubuntu related sites that you can’t afford to miss

The Perfect Server - Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope

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HowTos

This tutorial shows how to set up an Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope (Ubuntu 9.04) server that offers all services needed by ISPs and hosters: Apache web server (SSL-capable), Postfix mail server with SMTP-AUTH and TLS, BIND DNS server, Proftpd FTP server, MySQL server, Courier POP3/IMAP, Quota, Firewall, etc.

Top 10 Ubuntu Downloads

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  • Full Circle magazine - issue 24 released to an unsuspecting public

  • Ubuntu 9.04 Review - Desktop Emphasis on the Jaunty Jackalope
  • Jaunty Boots 32% Faster on the MSI Wind
  • Ubuntu 9.04 Review
  • Ubuntu is for spinners
  • Kudos to Ubuntu for a great upgrade experience
  • Top 10 Ubuntu Downloads

5 Things To Do After Installing Jaunty

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  • 5 Things To Do After Installing Jaunty

  • A Kid’s review of Ubuntu
  • Multimedia Support in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope
  • Ubuntu Jaunty Upgrade Not A Pleasant Experience
  • Ubuntu 9.04: Making Sense of Resources
  • List of Repositories for Ubuntu 9.04
  • Creative Zen X-Fi and Ubuntu Linux - Solution

Five Minutes of Kubuntu 9.04

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  • Five Minutes of Kubuntu 9.04

  • Artwork Inconsistencies in Ubuntu 9.04
  • Bugs Aside - Ubuntu 9.04 Is Pretty Slick

Ubuntu 9.04: 32-bit vs 64-bit benchmarks

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tuxradar.com: Most Linux users run a 32-bit distro, and many of them run a 32-bit distro on a 64-bit computer. The question is, why? We put 32-bit Ubuntu 9.04 head-to-head with its 64-bit counterpart to see what difference it really makes, and whether old compatibility worries are justified.

I Drank The Ubuntu Kool-Aid

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  • I Drank The Ubuntu Kool-Aid And It Didn’t Taste Good

  • 10 Useful Ubuntu-related Sites You Should Bookmark
  • ATI Users - Beware of Ubuntu Jaunty
  • Top 5 Apps Not Installed With Ubuntu
  • 5 Features of Ubuntu 9.04 Server Edition
  • Ubuntu 9.04 on the test bench
  • Limited Edition Jaunty Jackalope T-shirts
  • Kubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope overview and screenshots
  • Is Ubuntu Bigger than Debian now?
  • Has Ubuntu Quietly Caught Up To Windows?

  • Jaunty Jackelop: best Ubuntu yet
  • Ubuntu 9.04: Installs and upgrades reportedly great so far

Ubuntu a true rival for Win7

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  • Ubuntu a true rival for Win7, Mac OS X

  • Using The Nouveau Driver In Ubuntu 9.04
  • How To: Fix Stuttering Sound in 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope
  • Four Simple Features That Set Ubuntu Apart
  • A Good News - Bad News Week For Ubuntu Server
  • 8 Features of Ubuntu Remix for Netbooks
  • Announcing the Ubuntu Gaming Team

Ubuntu Jaunty Doesn't Show When Updates Are Available Fix

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Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope doesn't show the update icon in the system tray when there are updates available. This is because the update system was changed in Ubuntu Jaunty: [...] Full Story

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