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Full Circle 54 – Closing Windows

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Ubuntu in Retail Stores in China

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  • Retail Stores in China
  • Automated deployment of Ubuntu with Orchestra
  • Ubuntu 12.04 Development update
  • 5 Alternatives to Unity in Ubuntu Oneiric

Why Ubuntu 11.10 fills me with rage

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Ubuntu Mr. Shuttleworth, Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry. Jason Perlow, ZDNet Sr. Technology Editor, searching for a way to tap into the hidden strengths that all Linux operating systems have. Then an accidental overdose of half-baked user interface interferes with his unique mental state. And now, when Jason Perlow grows angry or outraged, a startling metamorphosis occurs.

Ubuntu 11.10 review

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  • Disunited
  • GNOME3 vs Unity on Ubuntu 11.10: my score is 6 - 9

White Screen of Death

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Ubuntu Remember the good old days when Windows had problems with the “Blue Screen of Death.” Years later, XBox followed with its “Red Ring of Death.” Now, it’s Ubuntu turn, what others are coining as the “White Screen of Death.”

Planning Ubuntu 12.04

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  • Planning Ubuntu 12.04
  • Ubuntu members want more representation
  • Ubuntu 11.10 Experience on Dell D610

United for Unity alternatives

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  • United for Unity alternatives
  • Ubuntu 11.10 laptop test drive
  • Ubuntu 11.10 review
  • Is This the World We Created?

Judging Ubuntu: Failures and Successes

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  • Judging Ubuntu: Failures and Successes
  • New Precise Pangolin Icons?
  • Canonical Partners to Sell Digital Media to Ubuntu Users
  • Ubuntu 11.10: A Review

Week 1: Ubuntu Unity, ready to scream

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  • Week 1: Ubuntu Unity instead of Windows 7 and ready to scream
  • Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 238
  • Useful Ubuntu Unity Lenses For Ubuntu Oneiric

Review: Edubuntu 11.10

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  • Review: Edubuntu 11.10 "Oneiric Ocelot"
  • Magazines and ebooks come to the USC
  • How did the Ubuntu 11.10 Upgrade go?
  • Desktop dreams: Ubuntu 11.10 reviewed
  • Quality in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
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Blackmagic on GNU/Linux

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