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On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 5:34 PM, Vincent wrote: On Sun, Jan 17, 2010 at 12:50 PM, Jay_Linux wrote: On a working Ubuntu 9.04 installation, how can one add libraries and applications for Xubuntu  (i.e. add the Xfce Desktop with it's apps) ?Jay You can just install the package xubuntu-desktop (e.g. through System->Administration->Synaptic Package Manager). :)Best,-- Vincent  Thanks, I installed it from Synaptic though with some additional Xfce utilities (Thunar, Mousepad, Ristoretto, XFBurn, etc).Jay--Linux User 483705 @ (Linux Counter) -- ...
Many factors have resulted in increased use of Linux systems by traditional desktop users as well as operators of server systems, including desire for decreased operating system cost, increased security and support for open-source principles. 3 Several national governments have passed policies moving governmental computers to Linux from proprietary systems in the last few years. Cite error: There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a {{Reflist}} template or a tag; see the .
Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter #200 | VUMESOFT
Welcome to the 200th Issue of UWN == Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 200 for the week June 27 – July 3rd, 2010. The purpose of this newsletter is to let everyone know what is happening in all the different corners of the vast Ubuntu community. It’s a snapshot of the Ubuntu Community one week at a time. The first issue was unleashed June 4th, 2006, and a little over four (4) years and seven (7) releases later UWN and the Ubuntu Community continues to mature and grow together. The Ubuntu News Team, which includes both UWN and Fridge, continues to report what happens, effects, and relates to the the vast ... market research, surveys and trends
[xubuntu-users] New to Xubuntu: but I'm a startx user. how do I ...
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Links 4/6/2010: QuokkaPad, Bria for Linux Softphone | Techrights
Two uncertain years have taken their toll on people’s and business’ willingness and ability to budget for new PCs or even upgrade existing Operating Systems. This is golden for Linux since it is free. Not so golden for Microsoft. The Top 500 Project lists the 500 fastest supercomputers in the world biannually. They have released this year’s list and in terms of the operating system used it is Linux all the way with more than 90% of the supercomputers running on Linux. So why do Linux users care? Because the work accomplished by the Super Computer manufacturers (IBM, HP, Fujitsu, Cray and so on) is poured back into ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
2010 May 11 | Techrights
David H. Wheeler has argued in detail why you should at least consider GNU/Linux. However, as explained to Robin Miller in an interview for in 2004, “in the end, the only way to be really sure that you have unbiased results is to do the comparison yourself — which you have to do anyway, because some measures like total cost of ownership (TCO) and performance are incredibly sensitive to specific environments.” In our previous post, we discussed how mainstream media is adopting linux(‘Stop using Windows, Use Ubuntu instead’). And a lot of people started complaining how not-user-friendly Linux really is. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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