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New features for Hardy Heron

The roadmap for hardy heron has a pretty big list of features, most of them, although very important, are technical and a bit uninteresting. Read about the features here Quote: Some of them should have been in Gutsy but couldn't meet the schedule. Hardy Heron is going to be a Long Term Support release, so […]

Trying to get ndiswrapper working in Debian Lenny

I ran into trouble in Debian Lenny while trying to use ndiswrapper to get my Airlink 101 AWLL3028 USB WiFi adapter to work. The modprobe ndiswrapper line at a root prompt wouldn't load. Read what to try here

Better distributions based on KDE than Kubuntu

There are many very popular KDE distros in the world that treat KDE as a first class citizen. I will recommend, based on their support of the KDE community, a few very good alternatives for those kubuntu users that are tired of waiting for change. Quote: Now folks, public spat aside, I think that it […]

Hardy Heron Alpha4: A Glimpse into the Future of Ubuntu

This is a look at the fourth Alpha release of Hardy; including many of the applications that are now included by default and the major changes that will improve stability and usability. Read it at Techtrob Quote: Among these are the addition of Firefox 3 and Remote Desktop on the applications side, and a new […]

Ubuntu Hardy Heron Alpha 4 released

Welcome to Hardy Heron Alpha-4, which will in time become Ubuntu 8.04. Update: Screenshots available Update – lots of screenshots Hello Ubuntu developers, Welcome to Hardy Heron Alpha-4, which will in time become Ubuntu 8.04. Pre-releases of Hardy are *not* encouraged for anyone needing a stablesystem or anyone who is not comfortable running into occasional, […]


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