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22 September 2009 02:00

Ubuntu - news, usn

Ubuntu - news, usn USN-835-1: neon vulnerabilities 21-09-2009 16:46 Referenced CVEs: CVE-2008-3746, CVE-2009-2474

22 September 2009 01:15

Frequently Asked Questions | Ubuntu

Home Frequently Asked Questions What is Ubuntu? Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system containing the very best free and open source software applications you need to work and play. With Ubuntu you can surf the web, read email, create documents, presentations and spreadsheets, edit images and more. What does "Ubuntu" mean? Ubuntu is an African word, which has been described as "too beautiful to translate into English". The essence of Ubuntu is that "a person is a person through other people". It describes humanity as "being-with-others" and prescribes what "being-with-others" should be all about. Ubuntu emphasises sharing, consensus, and togetherness. It's a perfect concept for Free Software and open source. Here's a great article that describes Ubuntu, which may help define it. Wikipedia also has a good definition. How do you pronounce Ubuntu? Ubuntu, an African word from Zulu and Xhosa, is pronounced "oo-BOON-too". How much does Ubuntu cost? Absolutely nothing. Ubuntu is Free Software, giving you rights of Software Freedom, and it really is free of software licensing charges. Who is Canonical Ltd? Canonical Ltd is the European-based company that sponsors Ubuntu. Find out more about Canonical. How does Canonical make money? Canonical revenues come from its commercial support contracts and engineering services. Canonical offers global, 24x7 support services to customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to schools and research institutes to governments. What are the different versions of Ubuntu?

15 September 2008 09:15

Ubuntu Server Edition Features | Ubuntu

Ubuntu Server Edition is loaded with features to simplify, optimize and secure your servers. Take a closer look at a few selected ones:

Features | Ubuntu

Features OpenOffice - A complete productivity suite Word Processor has everything you would expect from a modern, fully equipped word processor or desktop publisher. It's simple enough for a quick memo, powerful enough to create complete books with contents, diagrams, indexes, etc. You're free to concentrate on your message - while Word Processor makes it look great. The Wizards feature takes all the hassle out of producing standard documents such as letters, faxes, agendas, minutes, or carrying out more complex tasks such as mail merges. Spreadsheet is the programme you've always wanted. Newcomers find it intuitive and easy to learn; professional data miners and number crunchers will appreciate the comprehensive range of advanced functions. Of course, you are free to use your old Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, or save your work in Excel format for sending to people who still use Microsoft products. If all they want to see is your results, then use Portable Document Format (.pdf) - no need to buy any extra software. Presentation is an outstanding tool for creating effective multimedia presentations. Your presentations will stand out with 2D and 3D clip art, special effects, animation, and high-impact drawing tools. A complete range of views are supported: Drawing / Outline / Slides / Notes / Handouts to meet all the needs of presenters and audiences, plus an optional multi-pane view to put all the tools at your fingertips

15 September 2008 09:00

Ubuntu Countdown | Ubuntu

Help spread the word about Ubuntu Adding the Ubuntu countdown timer to your website is easy! Just copy and paste the following lines into your webpage and each day the image will update showing the days remaining before the release.

22 August 2008 06:30

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