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Ubuntu's Vivid Vervet Makes Snappy Entrance


"Two major technology shifts have occurred in the 10 years Canonical has been developing Ubuntu -- cloud and IoT devices," said Dustin Kirkland, Ubuntu cloud solutions product manager and strategist at Canonical. "In both cases, the industry is demanding something a bit different than the traditional way of installing and deploying packages. Canonical's answer to that is Snappy."
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SuperX OS Greases the Classic Linux Wheel


SuperX OS has almost all of the applications that an average home or office user would want out of the box. It is quick and easy to add much more. Do not let the newness of this distro keep you from trying it. This latest release is far more developed than many Linux distros that have been around much longer. Libresoft did not attempt to reinvent the Linux OS wheel -- it made it better.
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Re: The Mystery Deepens: Sinister Views on the TomTom Case 2  MichaelTiemann   2009-03-09 05:12:40 
Re: FOSS Debates, Part 1: Kernel Truths 2  pogson   2009-03-06 07:00:04 
Re: 'My First Time' Posts and Other Linux Marketing Problems 2  jparshall   2009-03-05 14:30:30 
Re: Open Source, the Recession and the Lower-TCO Promise 2  pogson   2009-03-02 04:11:36 
Re: Microsoft Drums Up Patent Charges Against TomTom 2  apnet   2009-03-01 11:07:36 
Re: Hawking Open Source in Tough Times 2  Jammit   2009-02-25 04:37:53 
Re: Linux Distros: Strength in Numbers or One Size Fits All? 2  masinick   2009-02-24 12:16:51 
Re: Open Standards + Community Support = Healthy Wireless Networks 3  riley_dt   2009-02-19 11:09:28 
Re: Linux Haters Make a Few Valid Points 6  matias_65   2009-02-19 03:36:30 
Re: Use the Kernel as a Hypervisor - but Trim It Down First 2  hollisb   2009-02-16 14:55:00 
Re: The Linux Codec Conundrum 2  carltongmail   2009-02-16 14:54:21 
Re: Enterprise Sponsors and the Open Source Community: An Uneasy Symbiosis? 2  Runaway1956   2009-02-14 00:13:44 
Re: Top Linuxy Alternatives and Staying True to FOSS 4  psimpson   2009-02-06 04:39:45 
Re: Canonical's $30 Million and Redmond's Gathering Storm 2  dlc   2009-01-31 15:29:19 
Re: ShopSavvy for Android: More Pretty Than Practical 3  jasoncohen   2009-01-27 11:38:03 
Re: Browser Wars, the 'Linux Killer' and the Free Software Ditty 2  commando   2009-01-24 05:33:44 
Re: On Games, Google and Geeks' T-Shirt Sizes 2  cougar99t   2009-01-20 12:45:41 
Re: Woman Quits College, Blames Ubuntu, Is Flamed by Overzealous Fanboys 6  kenearlg   2009-01-20 11:26:48 
Re: CardioTrainer: A Great Way to Track the Ground You Cover 2  artemp   2009-01-20 09:07:09 
Re: Linux Elitism: Fact or Fiction? 7  perspectoff   2009-01-20 05:48:13 

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