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Testing Out Ubuntu's Unity Desktop

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| For those wanting to test out the Ubuntu 
| Unity desktop right now as we have done, 
| you can add the ppa:canonical-dx-team/une 
| Launchpad PPA to your Ubuntu system and 
| then install the unity package.


Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Lucid Lynx review


Perfect Purple


I lightened up my Ubuntu Lucid desktop appearance

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| Ubuntu was famous for being brown, even 
| though it was probably half-orange for 
| most of its storied existence. Mark 
| Shuttleworth and Co. mostly blew that 
| notion out of the water in Lucid Lynx 
| (10.04 LTS), which is purplish and dark.


Nautilus-Elementary With Zeitgeist Brings Semantic file browsing to Ubuntu [Screencast]

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| For those that don't know much about 
| Zeitgeist it, in essence, and to 
| paraphrase the Zeitgeist framework 
| launchpad blurb, 'logs users activity, 
| events and files and establishes 
| relationships between these items based on 
| usage.' It then allows for other 
| applications to use this data in 
| meaningful ways - Such as with the GNOME 
| Activity Journal.


The Performance Of Ubuntu KVM Virtualization

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| The Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) has 
| been in the mainline Linux kernel since 
| Linux 2.6.20 in early 2007 and over time 
| it has become one of the most widely used 
| virtualization platforms on Linux. Ubuntu 
| uses KVM, Fedora uses KVM, and Red Hat 
| Enterprise Linux has even switched from 
| Xen to preferring KVM, among others. While 
| occasionally we deliver new KVM 
| virtualization benchmarks, we decided to 
| investigate how the performance of KVM 
| virtualization has changed -- if at all -- 
| over the past two years for better or 
| worse.


There is another "Unity" (see below).


The Unity Linux Build Server

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| One of the new additions to the Unity Linux
| packaging process is the introduction of the
| Build Server (or buildserv for short) The
| main purpose of the buildserv is to provide
| users with the ability to package content
| following our established procedures without
| being burdened by the overhead of doing so.
| The buildserv really consists of two parts: a
| backend server and a frontend web interface.


LiveCD, Now Developed by Team Unity Linux

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| Unity Linux has taken up the torch for bringing
| this great tool into the 21st century.

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