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- Ubuntu 9.10 CD/DVD Label | Cover art
- Ubuntu 9.10 Software Store Video
- Karmic Koala (Beta) with ATI Radeon HD3650
- Ubuntu Linux 9.04 by Dell
prairiepy.blogspot: The compelling thing to me about Ubuntu was that I kept seeing information on the web about how to do various things in Ubuntu. One issue that previously gave me reservations about Ubuntu was the whole thing with disabling the root account in favor of extensive use of sudo.
- Dell: Ubuntu Desktop PC Is Back
- What’s the deal with Ubuntu? Why bother?
- New Linux User
- Ubuntu Netbook Remix - Short review
- Ubuntu Cola vs. Windows Cola
- Staying With Ubuntu
- Personalities behind the Fest - Jono Bacon
- A Linux In Winter
- Karmic GDM Gets New Glowy Icons
earthweb.com: On the surface, Shuttleworth's suggestions are hard to dispute. However, as I analyze his keynote more closely, I wonder whether a couple of his suggestions may not be in the interests of free software, even though he clearly meant them that way. Still others seem to be more in the interests of particular sections of the community than those of free software as a whole.
- Karmic Koala: The best Ubuntu Linux ever?
- Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope on Lenovo G450
- Why Matt Zimmerman must not quit Ubuntu.
- Screenshots Tour of Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10 Beta
- Fixing Packaging in Linux #1
ghacks.net: Of all the Linux distributions, the consensus is beginning to become clear that Ubuntu is, hands down, the most user friendly of the Linux distributions. Naturally there are people that claim other distributions like PCLinuxOS, and Linux Mint are even more user-friendly than Ubuntu. But what exactly makes a Linux distribution user-friendly?
"The window effects are exactly what a Mac user would expect, and pressing the big green button at the bottom-left corner of the screen reveals a Windows-like Start Menu -- but better. Much better." Read more...
news.cnet.com: Part Eee PC, part Samsung Q1, the Sharp NetWalker comes off like a computer with an identity crisis. It sports a 5-inch touchscreen, a measly 512 MB of memory, and wireless LAN and runs Ubuntu.
beginlinux.wordpress: The first question I hear Linux newbies ask is what is the best distribution to use? I think right now plenty of linux desktop options exist for newbies however a few things set Ubuntu ahead of the pack in my opinion.