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Is Unity Tearing Ubuntu Apart?

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  • Is Unity tearing Ubuntu Apart?
  • Ubuntu: Power Consumption, KVM, Mozilla, Etc
  • Next Ubuntu sounds good
  • Ubuntu members over time
  • Ubuntu 11.10 review: On the right track
  • Ubuntu 11.04 Makes PCWorld ‘Best of 2011′ List
  • Precisely What Version of GNOME Will Ship in Ubuntu 12.04?
  • A Disturbing Dialog About Ubuntu and Unity
  • Ubuntu & HP’s project Moonshot
  • The Ignored Group of Ubuntu
  • GNOME 2 Absent from Latest Version of Ubuntu Open Source OS
  • A tale of broken love to Kubuntu 11.10
  • User Testing of Unity Reveals Surprising Results
  • Two weeks with Ubuntu: Linux is great, Unity needs work

Adventures In Computing: From OpenSuse To Ubuntu

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Ubuntu New releases of Linux distributions tend to occur more rapidly than new releases of Windows or Mac OS X. New Linux distro releases have the latest versions of the Linux kernel, as well as the most up-to-date versions of useful open-source software programs. In other words, cool stuff.

Scientific Linux, openSUSE, Ubuntu Tests

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Ubuntu Up for viewing today are benchmarks of Scientific Linux 6.1, openSUSE 11.4, Ubuntu 10.04.3 LTS, and Ubuntu 11.10. This is the latest in the series of Ubuntu 11.10 benchmarks after looking at the power consumption, boot speed, performance relative to Sabayon 7, and virtualization performance.

Ubuntu Desktop Designers: ‘Unity Should Be Configurable’

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Ubuntu Today, at the “Meet Ubuntu Desktop Designers” session in the Ubuntu Developer Summit being held in Orlando, Florida, members of the Canonical design team clarified that they never intended Unity to not be configurable; instead, it is very much on their radar.

Is Ubuntu Linux Too Late to the Mobile Game?

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Ubuntu As a fan of Ubuntu, I'll definitely be rooting for the open source operating system every step of the way. At the same time, I can see both pros and cons here regarding its chances for success.

8 Things I did After Installing GNOME Shell in Brand New Ubuntu 11.10

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HowTos GNOME Shell is an incredibly good alternative for Canonical's Unity UI which became the default Ubuntu interface starting from Natty Narwhal release. Top things to do after installing GNOME Shell in Ubuntu 11.10.

Unity Integration to Run Deeper in 12.04

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  • Unity Integration to Run Deeper in Ubuntu 12.04
  • Shuttleworth's Blog on World Domination
  • Ubuntu 14.04 will be a smartphone and tablet OS. So what?
  • Thanks Kubuntu And Canonical!
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #239 October 24 – 30
  • Shuttleworth: Linux Power Users Aren't too Cool for Unity
  • Shuttleworth Misses the Point Yet Again
  • Kubuntu + Realtek card - slow network performance
  • Ubuntu Software Centre 12.04 Gets Discussed
  • Ubuntu 12.04 will Focus on Power Users & Portables
  • Xubuntu 11.10 and my Netbook
  • Ubuntu 11.10 Made Me Do It.

Ubuntu Linux heads to smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs

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Ubuntu Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu Linux, plans to take on Android, iOS and Windows on the smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.

I am soo Tired of the Endless Desktop Flame Wars - Can we Please all Stop This?

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Ubuntu Since the inception of Gnome, there seems to have been a never ending flame war about desktops in the FLOSS community. I am really getting tired of it, because it not only is boring, but also continuously diverts us from being productive.

Ubuntu 11.10: Looks Kind of Cool But Who Is It For?

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Ubuntu I decided to try out Ubuntu 11.10 on my Thinkpad T43. I know it’s controversial, but I’ve been intrigued by the idea that Canonical is trying to give Ubuntu an experience beyond what’s provided by existing desktop managers.

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