More posts about “kubuntu”

Official Kubuntu Website Redesign Now Live

The official website of Kubuntu has gone live with a new design, making use of the retooled design introduced by Ubuntu prior to April’s launch of Ubuntu 10.04. The new look is a massive improvement […]

29 July 2010
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Rekonq to be Kubuntu 10.10’s default browser

We’re hearing that Kubuntu 10.10 will see Rekonq installed as the default browser. Features Rekonq may not have a plugin library but it does have AdBlock support baked in the application itself. It also boast a […]

14 May 2010

This Handy Kubuntu 10.04 Setup Guide Makes Life Easier

I know we neglect Kubuntu users around these parts but maybe here’s something that may help placate those of you who are of the K-persuasion. Samuel Sarette has written a  comprehensive guide to setting up […]

30 April 2010
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Kubuntu “Project Timelord” Announced

The Kubuntu development team have today announced ‘Project Timelord‘ – a set of clear aims, goals and changes they hope will have a regenerative effect on the popularity of the distribution. It has come to […]

3 November 2009
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How To Install UbuntuOne In Kubuntu Karmic

Shock of all horrors – Ubuntu One, the free cloud storage service from Canonical, is not installed by default in Kubuntu Karmic Koala. Jonathan Jesse posted a quick how-to on his planet blog, which for […]

26 October 2009
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How To Enable Ubuntu Notifications In Kubuntu

Kubuntu users will finally be able to use Ubuntu’s notification system in Kubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala. Jonathan over at ConservativeTechie has posted a sweet guide on how to enable them in Kubuntu 9.10 ” as […]

16 September 2009