Monthly Archives: April 2007

Weekly News: Issue 38

Issue #38 of the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, covering the week of April 22th – 28th, 2007, is now available. In this issue you can find these stories: Gutsy Gibbon Ready for Development VMware server available for Ubuntu Flisol 2007 If you have a story idea for the Weekly News please submit it via email or […]

The battle for your desktop

Information Week posted an article on a desktop battle between Ubuntu and Microsoft. Is Linux finally ready to take on Windows as a desktop OS? We tried out both Vista and Ubuntu on individual PCs to see which works better. Here’s who won. The articles covers the installations, hardware and PnP support, software installation and […]

Kubuntu an aKademy 2007 sponsor

Kubuntu is once again a sponsor of the KDE conference aKademy 2007. Kubuntu shares sponsorship to this year's aKademy with others organizations such as Trolltech (the developers of Qt), the Linux Foundation, and Google. aKademy is the yearly meeting of the KDE community. This year's event will be held at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, […]

Berlin Tube + Ubuntu = Ãœber Tube

Everyone is talking about the latest Ubuntu release. We've heard that even the Berlin subway info system has got in on the act. The text of the announcement says: The free OS Ubuntu is available in version 7.04 from April 19th. For more information: Berlin metro system is now officially our favourite! If you […]

Ubuntu training launch

The first of a series of courses to be launched in 2007 will be released in May. Whilst the Ubuntu Certified Professional certification has been available for almost a year now, as of May, two five day courses, Ubuntu Professional Courses 1 & 2, will assist System Administrators to pass the required LPI 101, LPI […]