Archive for February, 2008

Out for the week

I’m going away for the week and won’t have access to a computer.

So there will be no posts for a few days.

Ubuntu news

It are busy times for the ubuntu developers.

Ubuntu next LTS (long term support) version is coming in april and the Alpha 5 will be released today.

Ubuntu will find it’s way onto mobile devices so they have that to keep them occupied.

Mark Shuttleworth has announced the name for ubuntu 8.10:  Intrepid Ibex.

Dell pc’s with ubuntu preinstalled are now available in Canada and Latin America.

The remastered version of kubuntu 7.10 with kde4 is available.

Faq updated, screenshots added.

I updated the faq section of the website.

I also added a new page called screenshots.

It’s full of screenshots of linux (kde and gnome) destkops.
It was created to be the answer to people saying linux is ugly compared to vista or osx.

GNU/Linux, how it all started.

Have you ever wondered how it’s possible that you have the best operating system in the world for free?

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Enlightenment 17

Enlightenment 0.17 is the next generation of UNIX graphical environments. It is not just a window manager, but it is also a desktop shell. A desktop shell means, a window manager plus a file manager, plus configuration utilitys all in one. They are not separated as usual. Now, let’s take a closer look at all E17 features.

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