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Ubun2.com – Every Question About Ubuntu Answered

Questions and answers sites have always been popular, and now that online interactions have been redefined by the social web they are just going from strength to strength. And in the event you are looking for one that is wholly devoted to Ubuntu (the Linux operating system that is quite standardized), you are treading the right site. Here, you will find queries that are submitted and answered by the community itself. These are voted...

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Ossism.com – Living With Multiple Operating Systems

Ossism is a new blog that adheres to a simple premise: enabling people to learn how to live with multiple operating systems. As the blogger himself (Mr. Justin Wong) points out, this weblog is directed at people who are a bit at sea when it comes to any unfamiliar OS, or to put it in other words, anything but Windows. As a result, the list of categories that you can consult touches upon items such as “Linux”, “Windows” and “OSX”....

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TuxSoftware.com – Linux Software Search

TuxSoftware.com has been developed to help you research, find, and install free Linux software as simply as possible. The site’s aim is to compile an informative listing of only the latest, most popular, and well-documented GNU/Linux software and provide a means of easy installation of that software directly from your web browser. Each application listed on the site contains descriptions, system requisites, multiple screen shots,...

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Superbhosting.net – Superb Internet Corporation

Superbhosting.net is a hosting website that has been leading the hosting industry for over ten years. The site is a wholly owned division of Superb Internet Corporation, a world-class, award-winning web hosting company founded in 1996. Since then, Superb Internet has been consistently rated as one of the very best web hosts by all web host rating agencies, such as Web Hosting Magazine. That includes all areas, especially customer...

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Medibuntu.org – Free Ubuntu Software

Medibuntu, which stands for “Multimedia, Entertainment & Distractions In Ubuntu,” is a packaging product that distributes software that can’t be included in the regular Ubuntu package. Ubuntu is an open source operating system built around Linux, and is generally designed to be something that can be distributed in any country. Because freedom of speech, patent, copyright, license, or other laws vary in different countries, these...

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