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[News] More New Reviews of Ubuntu 9.10 and Kubuntu 9.10

  • Subject: [News] More New Reviews of Ubuntu 9.10 and Kubuntu 9.10
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2009 00:48:46 +0000
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Review: Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala 

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| So in conclusion....would I be able to 
| recommend Ubuntu to other users?  Yes I 
| would.  It appears that they have built a 
| good distro here.  Okay sure there were 
| problems at launch....that is to be 
| expected and yes I will say that I think 
| that they need to do more testing before 
| releasing these distros at times but keep 
| in mind that no release is ever perfect.  
| There will be glitches and problems.  You 
| will have to either suck it up and wait for 
| a fix or move to another distro of Linux or 
| go to Windows.  The choice is always yours 
| and yours alone.  You may have to do some 
| research to get things working properly but 
| remember that there are THOUSANDS of 
| configurations out there and you simply 
| cannot expect Ubuntu to cover them all.  Be 
| reasonable.


Ubuntu Karmic is the venue for Gnome V KDE!

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| The preview on the taskbar of running 
| programs is a feature heralded by Microsoft 
| supporters as if its the greatest thing 
| since the microchip.  This is available in 
| Gnome and performs in the same way as a 
| Windows counterpart, its not amazing, but 
| it certainly doesnât take anywhere near the 
| specs that Windows 7 does (IMO) to get it 
| running smoothly. â Just thought Id add 
| that in if you are considering a Linux 
| option rather than a Windows 7 purchase.


Arkeia Network Backup: Enterprise Edition for Ubuntu

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| In one of my older articles, I explained 
| how Ubuntu Server has slowly made 
| significant inroads in many enterprise data 
| centers. Ubuntu has been the favorite 
| distribution of many system administrators, 
| architects and various other IT staff. It 
| was these fans of the Linux distribution 
| that brought Ubuntu into their data centers 
| and slowly deployed Ubuntu into ever 
| increasing roles. I have seen Ubuntu Server 
| deployed in roles from simple kiosks and 
| desktops to full blown web server and 
| database farms. Many senior level managers 
| do not even know that key components of 
| their infrastructures are running on Ubuntu 
| Server.


Tweaking Ubuntu

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| ONE of the cool things about using Linux is 
| the degree to which you can customize your 
| system. If you want to make it look and act 
| like a Mac, you can. Want the Windows 7 or 
| Vista glassy look? No problem. You can do 
| that, too.



Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala better than ever

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| Ubuntu is a Linux distribution for  desktop
| and server, with a fast and easy install,
| regular releases(6 month cycle), a
| selection of excellent packages installed by
| default, every other package you can imagine
| available from the community, and
| professional technical support from
| Canonical Ltd. and hundreds of other
| companies around the world.


Eva's Useful Guide to Ubuntu 9.10

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| Welcome to the third edition of Eva's Useful
| Guide to Ubuntu!
| This guide contains many tips to enhance and
| customize a fresh Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic Koala"
| installation.


New Ubuntu OS Features Create Good Karma

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| Still, no operating system is ever
| flawless. This latest Ubuntu release fixes
| some lingering problems and builds in
| several useful enhancements. Its eye candy
| is tasty. Its performance is like a sugar
| rush!
| Ubuntu users with netbooks received a
| double benefit with the final release from
| Canonical. The Remix version not only
| contains the Karmic code upgrade, but it
| also has a revamped interface that better
| displays applications on 8-inch to 10-inch
| LCD screens.

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