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20 Things I did After Installing Ubuntu 12.10

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  • 20 Things I did After Installing Ubuntu 12.10
  • Parallella: The $99 Ubuntu Supercomputer for Everyone
  • Kubuntu 12.10 Review | Thoughts (video)

Can Plasma Active Beat Ubuntu on Linux Mobile Computing?

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Gadgets As we saw last week, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth envisions the advent of Ubuntu phones, tablets and TVs in the near future. But the open source world’s best hope for conquering emerging hardware arguably lies in Plasma Active, a young project which has quietly been making huge progress lately in the world of mobile platforms. Will it beat Ubuntu?

Ubuntu Getting Itself Ready for "F" Word

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  • Is Ubuntu Getting Itself Ready for the Big "F" Word?
  • Choose Your Ubuntu: 8 Derivatives w/ Different Desktop Environments
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 288
  • Lubuntu 12.10 Review
  • Lubuntu 12.10 Quick Overview

Ubuntu 12.10 Review & Screenshots

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  • Ubuntu 12.10 Screenshots
  • Can Canonical Put Ubuntu on Phones, Tablets and TVs?
  • Kubuntu 12.10 Review
  • System76 Gazelle Professional Laptop Review & Giveaway
  • Kubuntu & Xubuntu 12.10 upgrade from 12.04?
  • Installing Ubuntu 12.10
  • A first look at Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10
  • Ubuntu Tweak 0.8.1 Released: Install in Ubuntu 12.10
  • Burning Circle Episode 88
  • The UDS Design Track
  • Xubuntu 12.10 Review
  • Ubuntu 12.10 And AMD Catalyst Problem (Solved)
  • Ubuntu 12.10 review: quite adequate
  • Protecting Your Ubuntu Desktop
  • Make Unity More Responsive with Small Tweak
  • Thank you, Ubuntu Tweak will continue
  • [How To] Speed Up Ubuntu 12.10 Minimize Animation

Ubuntu Founder Takes Aim at Red Hat

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  • Ubuntu Founder Takes Aim at Red Hat
  • Ubuntu Uproar Echoes Through Blogosphere
  • Video: Ubuntu Linux hits Google's Nexus 7

Ubuntu 12.10 Review – biggest ever super test

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  • Ubuntu 12.10 Review – Linux User’s biggest ever super test
  • Disable the Amazon Search Ads in Ubuntu
  • Remove Amazon Shopping search result from Unity
  • Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10 Released, Review
  • Was it something I said?
  • Shuttleworth: in addition to
  • How To Use Different Desktop Environments in Ubuntu
  • The development of Ubuntu Tweak is stopped

What's new in Ubuntu Desktop 12.10

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  • How-To Improve Gaming Performance in Ubuntu 12.10
  • Ubuntu 13.04 will be developed in secret, to escape the critics’ ire
  • Xubuntu 12.10 Screenshots

Not the Runty Raccoon, the Rufflered Rhino or (even) the Randall Ross

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  • Not the Runty Raccoon, the Rufflered Rhino or (even) the Randall Ross
  • Raring community skunkworks
  • Ubuntu 12.10 takes flight with a bag full of Juju
  • 10 Things To Do After Installing Ubuntu 12.10
  • Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) review
  • Googlubuntu
  • Canonical Releases Ubuntu 12.10
  • What to Know About Ubuntu 12.10

Ubuntu search fix leaves prime critic unsatisfied

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  • Ubuntu Linux search fix leaves prime critic unsatisfied
  • Ubuntu 12.10 brings the Internet closer to the desktop
  • Ay caramba, Ubuntu 12.10: Get it right on Amazon!

Ubuntu Linux 12.10 review: Better, but slower

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Ubuntu The newest version of Ubuntu Linux is almost here and it's looking pretty good, but it also has some quirks and it's slower than I'd like.

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