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Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) - My Thoughts So Far

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| 1 reboot later, past the (in my opinion) great new GDM theme and nice new 
| splash screen, I’m logged in, installing my nvidia drivers (180.xx) as 
| recommended by a little pop-up. After that install and reboot, I get compiz 
| effects working great, as well as an extended desktop - awesome!   


Ubuntu and me

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| At the end of the day, I’m glad FreeNAS didn’t work out (I think if I had an 
| older used computer it might have been better). Ubuntu will still offer me a 
| stable fileserver, but it also lets me let it double as a webserver and I get 
| to learn another operating system.   
| Ubuntu. It’s not just a cool name.


Ubuntu Developers Aren't Scary

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| Soon after that I became friends with Jordan and with Daniel Chen, who lives 
| nearby. Daniel showed up to our LoCo's Gutsy and Hardy installfests, and at 
| the Hardy one I convinced him to start mentoring me on how audio works. 
| They're both nice guys, just know that mentioning brokenness in QA to Jordan 
| or in audio to Daniel will very likely result in a long, drawn-out analysis 
| of the situation. You've been warned.     



Towards the freedom of the operating system: the French Gendarmerie goes for

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| In 2001 the Gendarmerie Nationale, France's national police force, started
| introducing open source software. The main goals were to gain greater
| independence and flexibility than proprietary software could offer. The
| decision to migrate all new workstations to Ubuntu, taken in January 2008,
| was the most important step in this transition so far.

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