Guide for installing new ATI graphic card driver on Ubuntu

Guide for installing ATI graphic card driver,following it can let your ATI graphic card works perfectly.

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Fedora 8 Games Spin (Live DVD) released

Fedora 8 Games Spin(Live DVD) is one of the bright spot of Fedora 8. This spin is made for game fans, it contains many kinds of games in linux world.Don't miss it if you like playing games.

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Guide for Installing Ubuntu 7.10 from hard disk

I think there must be many fans are looking for a method for installing Ubuntu 7.10 from hard disk.I found a method and it works for me ,however I still can not guarantee it will work on every PC.

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Use apt-get to install Getdeb.net's packages

Getdeb.net is a website provides up-to-date software deb packages.I guess many linux fans know this website,because we all often download the latest deb packages from there ,'cause you know normally Getdeb.net's speed for providing the packages for latest version of apps are faster than sources.If you don't want to visit Getdeb.net to download the packages, you can use apt-get to install getdeb.net's packages by following steps below :~

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Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) released

Ubuntu 7.10 is available to download today!

Ubuntu 7.10 Desktop Edition adds an enhanced user interface, improved hardware support, multiple monitor support and integrated desktop search. Additional information is available at http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntu-desktop710.

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Ubuntu JeOS (Just Enough Operating System) edition is available

Canonical Ltd., the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, today announced the availability of its Ubuntu JeOS (Just Enough Operating System) edition.

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JAD 1.0 final released

JackLab Project announces its first public release JAD1.0 today.
JAD is a new operation system based on OpenSUSE.JAD has its own fantasic features

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Fedora 8 Test 2 release

Fedora 8 Test 2 was released .This test version's new features as below:

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Make a live flash for ubuntu (just 6 steps)

Just follow 6 steps,you can make a live flash for Ubuntu!

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Tell you how to remove the old kernels after upgrading to Gutsy

I upgraded my Ubuntu 7.04 to 7.10 Test 5 just now,but I found my main partition lost almost 1G space.The reason is that upgrade system will not delete your old kernels automatically while upgrading Ubuntu. The old kernels take much space of partition and normally we seldom use those order kernels again,let's delete them in save way for freeing more space.

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