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Adios, Ubuntu

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woganmay.com: A while ago, Windows was starting to gum up in the wheels, and I decided I’d try formatting and reinstalling Ubuntu. Overall, it just works. Until you need to develop something.

Installing Cherokee With PHP5 And MySQL Support On Ubuntu 9.04

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Cherokee is a very fast, flexible and easy to configure Web Server. It supports the widespread technologies nowadays: FastCGI, SCGI, PHP, CGI, TLS and SSL encrypted connections, virtual hosts, authentication, on the fly encoding, load balancing, Apache compatible log files, and much more.

15 Great Tips For Ubuntu Power Users

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makeuseof.com: A few days back I wrote about books that beginners can download and read to teach themselves Linux. Today in the Linux section we have something for the power users. Here are a few tips.

New Interface for Ubuntu Netbook Remix

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andrewmlawrence.com: After Updating my Dell Mini 9 to the alpha 3 release of Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala last night and running all the updates, I was treated to a completely new UI for netbook-launcher.

Mono advocate offers Mono-free Ubuntu remix

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itwire.com: Debian and Ubuntu Mono packager Jo Shields has come up with a Mono-free remix of the last released version of Ubuntu, version 9.04, which he has chosen to call Chicken Little Remix.

Acer Aspire Revo, Ubuntu, Boxee and Remote Control

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popey.com: On the latest episode of the podcast I briefly mentioned that I’d recently bought an Acer Aspire Revo to use as an Ubuntu based media player. Well, I’ve installed Ubuntu and Boxee on it, and it plays back all kinds of video including 720p and 1080p HD video via the HDMI port.

Creating Screencasts With recordMyDesktop On Ubuntu 9.04

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recordMyDesktop is a desktop session recorder for GNU/Linux that attemps to be easy to use, yet also effective at its primary task. It produces files using only open formats. These are theora for video and vorbis for audio, using the ogg container.

Rethinking Ubuntu’s Update Policy…Or Not

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workswithu.com: One of the timeless challenges of open-source development is keeping software as up-to-date as possible while also maximizing stability. With this difficulty in mind, Ubuntu’s developers recently discussed the operating system’s policy on updates.

Second Month with Ubuntu

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panospace.wordpress: In June I was traveling with a notebook that was too damaged to run Windows, but it run Ubuntu almost flawlessly. The experience was not so bad. Back home I could choose again between Windows and Ubuntu. In past dual-boot situations I gradually reverted to fully use Windows. What happened this time?

Shuttleworth: On cadence and collaboration

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lwn.net: Mark Shuttleworth has joined into the discussion on Debian release cycles; it's a rather lengthy attempt to make peace.

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