The PDF Edition of Ubuntu Pocket Guide and Reference is available entirely free of charge. It is practically identical to the Print Edition. You can download it by clicking the links below. Over 250,000 people already have!
Download this book or buy it at www.ubuntupocketguide.com
who | grep -i brunette| date;
cd ~; unzip; touch; head ; strip; top;
finger; mount; gasp < yes & yes; fsck;
more; yes; uptime; umount; sleep
|A dream come true, If only my boss would want to install one in the office...|
MooBella has put Linux to work making ice cream, in a vending machine that Wallace and Gromit would be proud of. The MooBella vending machine uses Linux 2.4 and a Red Hat filesystem to make 96 varieties of ice cream, on demand, in about 45 seconds per precisely-measured serving.
Take also time to visit LinuxDevices.com to discover the number of devices the linux penguin TUX already control: Total domination :-)
The openSUSE team is proud to announce the release of openSUSE 10.3. Promoting the use of Linux everywhere, the openSUSE project provides free, easy access to the world’s most usable Linux distribution, openSUSE. openSUSE is released regularly, is stable, secure, contains the latest free and open source software, and comes with several new technologies.
openSUSE 10.3 will be supported with security and other serious updates for a period of 2 years.
This version contains new beautiful green artwork, KDE 3.5.7 and parts of KDE 4, SUSE-polished GNOME 2.20, a GTK version of YaST, a new 1-click-install technology, MP3 support out-of-the-box, new and redesigned YaST modules, compiz and compiz fusion advances, virtualisation improvements, OpenOffice.org 2.3, Xfce 4.4.1, and much more! Read on for details of what is new and available in openSUSE 10.3, and for all the necessary download links
Download Download Download Download Download!
MadPenguin has put an online review of the Pepper Pad, a project similar to the Microsoft Origami solution.
Once again, Tux has beat the Borg to the punch with a new innovation. This time, it's the Pepper Pad an ultra-mobile computer designed primarily for video playback and Internet access under circumstances where most notebook computers would be too heavy, and most PDAs would have too small a viewing screen. If you have seen the Origami media blitz (who hasn't!!) and you want a truly open ultra-mobile computer NOW and don't want to wait for Origami, you probably will like the Linux-powered Pepper Pad. Read more HERE at Madpenguin.org
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