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Is the word Ubuntu in "Ubuntu" over-hyped ?

So as a long time Ubuntu user, I asked myself this very important question. Is the Ubuntu word over-hyped ? Is Ubuntu Linux riding on the wave of good will, on top of what this word actually mean ?
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To sum up, these are the factors that has catapulted Ubuntu as the number one Linux distribution in terms of popularity. They are as follows:

* Distributing free Ubuntu CDs to anybody who asks for it.
* Designed with the home user in mind.
* Excellent hardware detection – a quality I believe is shared by other Linux distributions.
* A strong user community backing its growth.
* Containing the latest versions of the software packages.
* Managing to grab the average user's imagination with its association with the Bantu word Ubuntu.

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