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Announced today by Mark Shuttleworth that Ubuntu 11.04 codename is: Natty Narwhal. “allow me to introduce the Natty Narwhal, our mascot for development work that we expect to deliver as Ubuntu 11.04.
It was on August 16th, 1993 that Ian Murdock started the Debian Project. Named after he and his Wife with the idea of a ‘distribution’ collaborated on openly by people all over the world.
For those with multi-touch capable hardware like Dell’s XT2 tablet, the Apple Magic TrackPad, or 3M/N-Trig hardware, there’s good news if you are an Ubuntu user as Ubuntu 10.10 is set to ship with multi-touch support by default. However, the … Continue reading
TestDrive -Auto Download and test Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat ISO in a Virtual Machine the easy way
TestDrive is a project that makes it very easy to download and run the latest daily Ubuntu development snapshot in a virtual machine. Actually, it can be configured to download and run any URL-access ISO in a virtual machine. But … Continue reading
Announced a time ago by Clem that Linux Mint 10 will be released in November this year under the codename “Julia”. Linux Mint 10 will be based on the upcoming Ubuntu 10.10 “Maverick Meerkat”, Origins: Gens Julia was one of … Continue reading
Puppy Linux 5.1, code-name ‘Lucid’ as it is binary-compatible with Ubuntu Lucid Lynx packages, has been released. The announcement and release notes say that because of the Ubuntu binary files, the development time to produce program packages that are tested … Continue reading
Announced today the release of Shutter 0.86.3, this new version adds support for Ubuntu One, comes with new humanity icons (ubuntu-mono-dark and ubuntu-mono-light) and fixed many bugs. “Shutter is a feature-rich screenshot program. You can take a screenshot of a specific area, … Continue reading
GCstar is a free open source application for managing your collections. Detailed information on each item can be automatically retrieved from the internet and you can store additional data, such as the location or who you’ve lent it to. You … Continue reading