LuninuX OS, a computer operating system based on the Linux distribution Ubuntu, is now at version 12.10 Beta 2. LuninuX OS 12.10 Beta 2 is based on Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal), but this is not a stable version and bugs are still possible.
LuninuX OS is a super-fast, great-looking, secure, intuitive operating system that powers desktops and laptops. LuninuX OS is absolutely free, and comes with a selection of the best applications designed to meet most of your daily needs. It can be run directly from a CD/DVD/USBStick and optionally be installed to a HDD, including IDE, SCSI, SATA, PATA and USB drives.
LuninuX OS, a Debian/Ubuntu based Linux distribution designed to be beautiful, clean, simply, fast, and stable, is now at version 13.00 Beta 1.The LuninuX distribution was previously known under the name of Sn0wl1nuX. It’s fast, secure, and features and intuitive interface.This particular version comes with GNOME 3.6.2, open source drivers, and Mozilla Firefox 21.0.
Hello faithful community which i call home,I would like to make a confession.I was recently trying to watch a video online. #! was not loading the video because it was wmv format. (kab.tv)so i got a little frustrated since i needed to watch the videos for school. I decided that not being able to find a solution to this problem and the importance of these videos that i would have to switch OS.
It was with great joy that I first loaded Ubuntu (around version 9, as I recall). Each upgrade brought some excitement, and unlike other desktop-oriented distros, Ubuntu just worked. Then, with 11.04 came Unity, and the community complained. No problem, I could switch to Ubuntu Classic. Then with 11.10, you took that away, and the community complained.
Canonical, through Daniel Holbach, had the pleasure of announcing on the last day of May that the community.ubuntu.com website is now online. All members of the Ubuntu community, Ubuntu developers and Ubuntu users are now able to easily communicate with each other, share their knowledge and teach the Ubuntu ways to newcomers, via the Ubuntu Community website.