Post-Budapest UDS, where is Ubuntu 11.10 headed
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Post-Budapest UDS, where is Ubuntu 11.10 headed

The roadmap for Ubuntu 11.10, Oneiric Ocelot was defined at the Ubuntu Developer Summit from…

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Ubuntu 11.10 likely to get backup with déjà Dup as default
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Ubuntu 11.10 likely to get backup with déjà Dup as default

True to form Ubuntu 11.10 is being fleshed up with several features while, some legacies…

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Liberating non-free software with Linux-libre
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Liberating non-free software with Linux-libre

The compelling desire for software that was free of expensive licensing, over the past half…

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Lubuntu is now an official part of Ubuntu project
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Lubuntu is now an official part of Ubuntu project

lubuntu has grown into an amazing project over the last two years. There are more…

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Ever wondered, what is the motivation of Open Source Community?
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Ever wondered, what is the motivation of Open Source Community?

Open Source software development has drawn increasing attention as its importance has grown. Open source…

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After Natty Narwhal, now begins the wait for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot
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After Natty Narwhal, now begins the wait for Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot

With the first release of the year with Natty Narwhal Canonical is on full swing…

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Try 2 Non-Debian Grandchildren this Summer
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Try 2 Non-Debian Grandchildren this Summer

April is raining Ubuntu and its family and open source world seems over loaded on…

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A Check list for Choosing Distros
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A Check list for Choosing Distros

 A very fundamental thumb rule of choosing an open source distro will depend on two…

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Opera 11.10, a treat for you!
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Opera 11.10, a treat for you!

Opera 11.10 (codename “Barracuda”) launches today! Two features that get major polish are: Speed Dail…

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3 New IT tools by Start-Ups you need to watch
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3 New IT tools by Start-Ups you need to watch

IT tools are critical to operations of small as well as large organizations. As new…

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Watch Al Jazeera Live in Linux with one command
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Watch Al Jazeera Live in Linux with one command

Google’s Honeycomb on pause mode
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Google’s Honeycomb on pause mode

The busy beehive at Google has paused the distribution of its seminal Open Source Android…

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The new default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 revealed
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The new default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 revealed

The new default wallpaper for Ubuntu 11.04 revealed, as you can see from the Screeenshot…

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Open Source on NASA territory
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Open Source on NASA territory

NASA  is playing host to the Open Source community by hosting a Summit on March…

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Understanding Gnome 3 – Without the min, max buttons
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Understanding Gnome 3 – Without the min, max buttons

While you are waiting for the Gnome 3 impatiently for the April 2011 release, you…

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Inkscape 0.48.1 is released!
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Inkscape 0.48.1 is released!

Inkscape 0.48.1 is released, this bug-fix release of the SVG-based vector graphics editor contains over…

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Kernel update on 2.6.38
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Kernel update on 2.6.38

There is much anticipation on the release of Kernel 2.6.38 in March-April as some new…

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Linux Penetration into Entertainment Accessories
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Linux Penetration into Entertainment Accessories

Linux is fast redefining synthesizers, routers and keyboards technology and performance, Linux true to its…

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