Recommendation of Shotwell for the upcoming Ubuntu release (April 2010), as a key part of Mono replacementsRead more »
It’s almost that time again – time to start chatting up the next release coming out of the Ubuntu-verse. I know, I know…it seems the tires of 9.10 were just kicked. They were. But what should be expected of Ubuntu?Read more »
Canonical, and the Ubuntu developers, have announced the availability of the first alpha release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS, code named "Lucid Lynx". The first development milestone is the first of three planned alpha releases.Read more »
Tomorrow will mark the first alpha release of Ubuntu 10.04, and while there is still a long journey ahead for this Long-Term Support release before it officially makes its debut in April, we could not pass up the opportunity to provide some early benchmarks.Read more »
We have already posted about ubuntusun and now we have updated artwork from the author.Read more »
Canonical at a crossroad after deciding to remove GIMP from the CD-ROM; potential replacements not finalised yetRead more »
Canonical announced that the LPIA (Low-Power Intel Architecture) architecture would no longer be supported.
Canonical drops support for LPIA because users are not interested in LPIA.The developers decided to retire it.
Is the direction of Ubuntu gearing it’s self for simple consumer grade computing? A clue is in the recent planned removal of Gimp from the Lucid CD.Read more »
Started during the Ubuntu 9.10 development cycle was an Ubuntu project to address paper cuts in Ubuntu, or rather small usability bugs in Ubuntu and the Linux desktop that are often only minor impairments or annoyances, but these easy-to-fix issues have never been heavily targeted for correction.Read more »
The Nouveau driver, the X.Org project designed to provide a open-source NVIDIA graphics driver for Linux with 2D/3D/Video acceleration that's developed by cleanly reverse-engineering NVIDIA's binary driver, is about to get promoted in Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.Read more »
Constructive suggestions for Canonical to save disk space and also remove a controversial dependency that slows Ubuntu downRead more »
The OMG!Ubuntu blog reports on the decision, however preliminary, at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Dallas to remove the GIMP image editor from the 10.04 Lucid LTS release of the wildly popular Linux distribution.Read more »
Currently the following list of changes everyone is expecting Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)Read more »
As everybody knows Ubuntu 10.04LTS Lucid is planned for the month of 29 april 2010, the developers actually are working on softwares that will be included by default in the future Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid, one of the news is that a backup tool will be included by default to the next release. For the moment there are these 2 backup tools are proposed to be as default : Déjà Dup and backintimeRead more »