portable_ubuntu_remix

Portable Ubuntu Remix installs Ubuntu as a native Windows application. Portable Ubuntu Remix is build on Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala and is built with Colinux Kernel, Xming X server and Pulseaudio server for Windows.

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All you geeks out there, who have 3-4 boxes sitting around running different distros, here is an easy way to upgrade to Ubuntu Lucid Lynx 10.04 from Ubuntu Karmic Koala 9.10. Please note that Lucid Lynx is in alpha, so do it at your own risk. Step 1: Open a terminal window on your Koala [...]

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Canonical has decided to dump opensource image editor GIMP from Lucid Lynx and will include F-Spot instead.

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Download the test version of Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx as a ISO file. Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx downloads are available for both 32bit and 64bit PCs.

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Windows 7 transformation pack for Ubuntu transforms the looks of Ubuntu and make it look like Windows 7. The transformation pack edits the GDM Theme, Icons Theme and GTK Theme among other things.

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The Ubuntu Open Week commences from 2nd November to 6th November. The Ubuntu Open Week is an initiative taken to enable the Ubuntu community members to participate in the development of Ubuntu.

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appnr

Appnr is a great resource to find useful Ubuntu applications. Each application is accompanied by screen shots, specifications and user-ratings so you have enough information before downloading.

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Ubuntu Karmic Koala Beta has finallly been released here are some feature overviews and download links for Ubuntu 9.10

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Lucid Lynx

Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala is just around the corner, due for a release next month. If that doesn’t excite you enough, then take a look at the release schedule for the version that comes after it – Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.

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LifeHacker recently published a Ubuntu wish list. The list includes features LifeHacker wanted to see in the next release of Ubuntu. Very interestingly, the Ubuntu community has responded to this wish list positively.

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Summary of the Ubuntu Developer Week which hosts IRC sessions for getting the community involved in various aspects of Ubuntu Development

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Canonical has announced a new type of support for enterprises running Ubuntu called Premium Service Engineers. The Premium Service Engineers will act as support engineers with Ubuntu expertise to guide and give personalized support to Enterprises

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Game Emulators let you play games which had been developed for other hardwares. Learn how to install two of the most popular open source game emulators in linux. Download and play old computer games using open source Game Emulators on Linux

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Ubuntu developers Week

The Ubuntu Developers week will be of special interest to developers as there will be discussion on Django – the python web framwork and ways to use it to deliver good websites, a lot on sofwares and secure software development, packages and repositories and new hacks and mods unveiled by key Ubuntu gurus.

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Ubuntu Linux or any Linux operating system can use a swap partition for paging in case if it runs out of physical memory. The swap partition is not a mandatory requirement for using Linux but it is advisable that you have a swap partition setup to avoid memory bottleneck in case you run out of your physical memory.

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