6 Things I like about Ubuntu 10.04 LTSview story

http://www.linuxnov.com – With the new release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS many changes comes up, using it for 3 days so far and it’s working great, even after I installed many applications still working great, really nice... Talking Linux 24/7 Reviews - Tips and Tricks - Distributions - Mobile - Hardware - Gaming - Ubuntu - Fedora - Debian - Administrations - Security ....... (HowTos)

News updateview story

http://www.linuxmint.com – This is just a brief news update about what is going on at the moment: (Distributions)

openSUSE Weekly News, issue 121 is out!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – We are pleased to annouunce the new Weekly News #121 (Distributions)

Howto install Sun Java Runtime Environment (JRE) in Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx)view story

http://www.ubuntugeek.com – (HowTos)

Fedora 暑期代码大赛:Ailurusview story

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Ubuntu's Lucid Lynx Linux OS Debuts With an Eye on ISVsview story

http://linuxo.com – Serverwatch: "What's really exciting is the ecosystem support that we've seen around this release," Canonical CEO Jane Silber said on a conference call announcing the release. "With over 80 vendors announcing support for about 100 applications, that's significant and a recognition of the long term support nature of this particular release." (General)

An In-depth Look at Gentoo Linuxview story

http://linuxo.com – Kernel News: "Imagine an Operating System that only includes the features that you actually want and use. An Operating System that is finely tuned to your computer hardware. One that doesn't include any resource hogging applications that you don't need such as "Desktop Search" or huge bloated software..." (General)

Issue 36 and a third anniversary!view story

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Ubuntu 10.04 LTS is here!view story

http://www.linoob.com – So, finally the Ubuntu 10.04 “Lucid Lynx” LTS is released. Here are the Torrent files for you to download from: (General)

End of the Desktop? Google Backs WebGLview story

http://www.linux-mag.com – Stick a fork in the desktop, it's done! Recently Google demoed a port of Quake II to WebGL and HTML5, showing that even first person shooters are suitable applications to run in the browser. While the tide isn't going to turn all at once, it seems more likely than ever that a browser-based desktop is a viable option and ultimately the way many users will experience all applications. (General)