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Posts Tagged ‘Canonical’

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by Russell Barnes
Canonical have today introduced a new Head-Up Display feature due to arrive with Ubuntu 12.04. Read on for full details and video demonstration…

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by Russell Barnes
Canonical’s reshaping of Ubuntu is complete, but does 11.10 live up to the hype? Russell Barnes takes a look at the 15th iteration, Oneiric Ocelot, probably the only distro to be loved and loathed in near equal measure…

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by Gareth Halfacree
Linux User talks to Canonical’s Gerry Carr to get the full low-down on Ubuntu 11.10 ‘Oneric Ocelot’ ahead of its 13th October launch…

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by Dave Walker
Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha 3 (otherwise known as Oneiric Ocelot) is available today. The sub-cycle between Alpha 2 and 3 has been quite intensive with a number of things taking place, says Dave Walker, Ubuntu Server’s technical lead…

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by Mark Shuttleworth
To help us celebrate the 100th issue of Linux User & Developer, Ubuntu founder, Mark Shuttleworth, agreed to take the reins from our regular Ubuntu columnist (Dave Walker) and take us through why he believes it was the right decision for Ubuntu to embrace the future with Unity…

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by Dmitri Popov
Ubuntu 11.04 is one of the most controversial and highly anticipated releases of the popular Linux distro. And the first beta of Natty Narwhal gives you a chance to preview many of its innovations – including the brand new Unity interface…

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by Alex Handy
Natty Narwhal (Ubuntu 11.04) removes GNOME, adds new kernel, and offers a major patch for scheduling processes. Mark Shuttleworth talks to Linux User about all this, Debian relations and the future of Ubuntu…

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by Jos Poortvliet
openSUSE community manager, Jos Poortvliet, discusses Canonical’s heavy handed tactics over Banshee referrals, and wonders how an openSUSE Foundation might make an honest living in open source…

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by Russell Barnes
The Ubuntu font goes on display at London’s Design Museum, along with world-renowned type designer Bruno Maag’s Shape My Language installation…

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by Dave Walker
This has been an interesting year for Ubuntu with two on-schedule releases. Ubuntu community leader, Ubuntu Developer and general a good egg Dave Walker takes a look back at the last 12 months of Ubuntu…

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by Russell Barnes
Google and the Ubuntu project have today released the Ubuntu Font Family to the world via the Google Font Directory. Canonical have chosen an usual way of wishing its Ubuntu faithful a merry Christmas, but it’s a welcome move which allows web designers to use the Ubuntu Font freely and web users to view it as intended, regardless of whether the font is installed on their computer or not…

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by Gareth Halfacree
Gareth Halfacree takes the KDE spin of popular desktop Linux distribution Ubuntu, known as Kubuntu, through its paces…

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