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Ubuntu Linux's Achilles' Heel

The wildly popular Linux distro isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially if you try to install it on a laptop, reviewer Alex Wolfe finds.
Read the story at informationweek

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Unfortunately, none of the Ubuntu stories–no Linux reviews, for that matter–talk about the inevitable problems many people run into during the installation process. Yet online forums are rife with traffic on stumbling blocks, which often cause people intent on converting to the open-source operating system to give up and go back to Windows.

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