Linux Torvalds has announced the release of Linux 2.6.39. Here is a brief look at some important new features.

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According to the release schedule, we will see the first alpha of Ubuntu 11.10 as early as 2nd June and the final release is scheduled on 13th October.

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This is the second part of the article How To Backup Your Files Using Deja Dup [Ubuntu]. In the first part, we discussed how to install Deja Dup and how to set up the storage location and the select the folders to be backed up. Now we continue with how you can set up the backup schedules.

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Ubuntu 11.10 is going to come with a backup tool – Deja Dup – by default. Using Deja Dup is not difficult. In this article, I will explain how you can use Deja Dup to back up the files in your Ubuntu machine.

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Dell has released a Chromium OS build for the Mini 10v netbook. It is available for download from their website.

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Linux is often considered as a geeky OS when compared to Windows and Mac OS X, however, over the past few years it has become much more easier to use and almost emulates a desktop environment which is similar to Windows and Mac.

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Yesterday, the Kubuntu team announced that Amarok 2.4.1, code-named Resolution, is now available for installation in Kubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narhwal”.

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In a surprising move, the Ubuntu Studio developers have decided to switch over from GNOME to Xfce.

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Last week, we talked about the constrain of the CD size and the need for Ubuntu to move to a DVD ISO. Well, today at the Default Apps Discussion, something happened which further supports the need to move to a DVD image. As usual, the disk space is a big constrain for Ubuntu 11.10. Before […]

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At the Ubuntu Developer Summit – Oneiric at Budapest, the Ubuntu developers have decided to drop two applications from the default installation – PiTiVi and Computer Janitor.

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In Ubuntu 11.10, the GDM will be replaced by LightDM and dialog boxes will be replaced by dialog sheets.

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It has been decided that Thunderbird will become the default email client in Ubuntu 11.10 if these issues are fixed. For now though, development for Ubuntu 11.10 will go ahead with Evolution.

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Today, Lubuntu has been finally accepted as an official Ubuntu derivative. Lubuntu is based on the Ubuntu core while using a very light weight desktop environment – LXDE.

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In the GNOME mailing list, Deja Dup developer, Michael Terry, has announced that it has been included by default in Ubuntu 11.10.

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With every Ubuntu release the 700MB limit of a CD is becoming a major factor in deciding which applications gets approved. Should Ubuntu switch over to a DVD image instead?

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