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Posts Tagged ‘Ubuntu 10.10’

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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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by Dmitri Popov
Linux User & Developer magazine reviews four of the best netbook distros currently available in a bid to uncover the ultimate open source user experience for your netbook computer…

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by Dave Walker
Ubuntu 10.10 developer and Community Leader Dave Walker reflects on Maverick Meerkat’s release cycle. Celebrating with a 10/10/10 release date meant a compressed development period. Many said it couldn’t (or wouldn’t) be done. They were wrong…

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by Russell Barnes
One of the more exciting aspects of Ubuntu 10.10 is undoubtedly the Unity shell in Ubuntu Netbook Edition and the uTouch touch screen capabilities bundled with it. In his latest blog entry Canonical’s Gerry Carr unveils this new user experience in a cool video demonstration that shouldn’t be missed…

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by Russell Barnes
We can reveal today that Ubuntu One, Canonical’s cloud storage solution, will be updated in Maverick Meerkat to include Windows, Android & iPhone syncing and music streaming…

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by Dave Walker
Maverick Meerkat follows the Lucid Lynx 10.04 LTS release so for some this offers a chance to experiment, with a little wider tolerance for more revolutionary features. Ubuntu developer, Dave Walker, talks us through some new features and development background…

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by Russell Barnes
Ubuntu Unity is a bold step for Ubuntu caretaker Canonical and its Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook remix. It offers a completely new user interface built on the backbone of key features due in GNOME 3 including Mutter and Zeitgeist. Russell Barnes tests it to breaking point (and found that it did. Regularly.)…

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by Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier
Judged on its own merits, the Ubuntu 10.10 beta is a solid and consumer-friendly release. Looking at it in the light of the 10.04 Long Term Service (LTS) release from the Spring, it seems a very modest update…

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by Dave Walker
Ubuntu 10.10 has strived to build on the choices of Lucid, bringing bleeding edge versions of software whilst maintaining the stability that Lucid provided. Join Ubuntu developer, Dave Walker, as he takes an insiders look at Maverick Meerkat as it approaches completion…

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by Russell Barnes
Ubuntu 10.10 beta has gone live for download in line with Canonical’s release schedule. Read more here…

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by Dave Walker
Ubuntu developer, Dave Walker, shares more insight into the development of Ubunutu 10.10. This month, the Ubuntu platform sprint rally goes under the spotlight…

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