A small how-to on installing VLC 2.0 in Ubuntu 11.10, the Oneiric Ocelot

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Wayland is Heading Towards its First Stable Release

If you have not heard of Wayland until today, it is because Wayland has not had any public release of their display protocol. Wayland will replace the X Window System in Ubuntu and Fedora, after its release.

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Ubuntu Tries to Do Away with Menus, Enter Heads Up Display, or HUD

Heads Up Display, or HUD is a new way of interacting with applications, where you do not go through multiple menu hierarchies to reach a menu item. Instead, you simply type it and HUD will search it for you, in live.

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Ubuntu TV competes directly with Google TV in it’s attempt to redefine the entertainment experience of people. It has some amazing features and the first commercial appearance of the TV is expected by the end of this year.

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For Ubuntu 11.10 users, a Firefox 9 patch is available at launchpad. Alternatively, you can update your system with the latest version of all packages.

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This PayPal integration will let Ubuntu application developers earn from worldwide app-sales in a hassle free way and will attract new talents and developers to the Ubuntu app ecosystem.

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Ubuntu announces Ubuntu One Web Music Streaming. Take 20GB of music with you on the go.

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From Warty Warthog to Oneiric Ocelot- Seven Years of Ubuntu [Editorial]

Some people argued initially that Ubuntu was hurting the Debian project by stealing away talent pool from it. However, they realized sooner that it only complemented Debian and the growth was mutually beneficial for both these projects. Ubuntu has never looked back since.

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The tool of choice for creating Ubuntu live CDs has been Unetbootin all this long. However, this time, Canonical is going with a new tool call Universal USB Installer. Universal USB Installer has been around for a long time.

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We go an a visual screenshot tour of Ubuntu’s newest release, the Oneiric Ocelot.

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The experience of Ubuntu 11.10 is available on the web and you can actually try it even before you download any CD or DVD image.

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Ubuntu 11.10 comes with the new Linux kernel version 3.0 which has automatic defragmentation, support for new hardware and new drivers. Gnome has been upgraded to version 3.2.

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The countdown to Ubuntu 12.04 begins. A whole new world, a whole new computer — and a whole new name is coming to Ubuntu.

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The Supreme Court prefers version 10.04 of the Ubuntu distro for this migration. This deprives them of many new features of Ubuntu. However, Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx is the most stable one to come out after Ubuntu 8.04.

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The basic aim of the system is to make lives easier for Ubuntu users and to help them decide on buying of laptops and desktops. The review system however, is not completely user-controlled. There is software that runs the review test.

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