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[News] Ubuntu GNU/Linux Variant in India, ARM Version Developed

  • Subject: [News] Ubuntu GNU/Linux Variant in India, ARM Version Developed
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 09 Jul 2010 11:54:31 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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10 reasons why Mint might not fail in India

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| Last evening while reading the SA forums, I 
| encountered a thread about Linux and what was 
| required to bring it to the general public. 
| One of the goons mentioned a post that 
| indicated ten reasons why Ubuntu wasnât ready 
| for the desktop in India. I kid you not â the 
| most ridiculous reason was because users 
| couldnât perform the important ritual of 
| right click/Refreshing on the desktop five or 
| more times before getting down to work.


Canonical explains the status of Ubuntu on ARM Powered Laptops

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| In this video, Jerone Young, Partner 
| Engineer at Canonical explains the status 
| of software optimizations and development 
| to make ARM Powered Laptops and Desktops a 
| reality. He tells about some of the 
| fascinating challenges where Canonical is 
| working together with the their partners 
| at the Linaro group of companies (ARM, 
| Freescale, IBM, Samsung, ST Ericsson, 
| Texas Instrumentsâ) to realize a full 
| desktop experience on ARM Powered devices, 
| including full and fast web browsing and 
| full access to most of the most useful 
| Ubuntu applications.



Linux Mint 9 KDE Release Candidate Available

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| The KDE version of Linux Mint 9 (codename:
| Isadora), will instantly look and feel
| familiar to KDE users and comes packaged with
| new software such as Miro, which streams
| video from webistes in its own player,
| BleachBit, for hard drive cleaning, and
| Acetoniso, for converting video and images.
| Linux Mint 9 KDE features a new software
| manager that can handle more than 30,000
| packages and remove and install applications
| asynchronously, making it possible to install
| separate applications at the same time and
| install applications in the background.

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