Ubuntu 10.04 LTS - released back in April 2010 - and Ubuntu 11.10 - made available in October of 2011 - will no longer receive bug fixes, updated packages or critical security updates after today, May 9th 2013.
"I want to minimise apps to the Unity launcher by clicking on them." Well the patched version of Unity that lets you do just that is now available to install in Ubuntu 11.10.
Unity 5.0 hit Ubuntu 12.04 last night, but Ubuntu 11.10 users don't need to miss out: Unity 5.0 is also available to install in Oneiric.
Canonical are putting a lot of effort into Ubuntu on ARM, and based on the small glimpses seen at this years ARM TechCon in California, the effort is paying off.
Ubuntu 11.10 has been out for little while now, so chances are many of you have upgraded. If you choose to upgrade via Update Manager (that is you saw the prompt below and clicked ‘Yes, […]
Users of Ubuntu's Unity 2D desktop - the lighter, less resource hungry version of Unity - might wish to tweak certain part of their desktop - such as when or how the Launcher hides. '2D-Desktop Settings' is a small third-party tool that provides users with a simple way to do just that
Xubuntu 11.10 users can now add Ubuntu's "App Menu" plugin to their desktop set-ups thanks to a package by XFCE user AaronLewis89.
The handy Windows app 'Linux Live USB Creator' has been updated to include support for Ubuntu 11.10 and its derivatives.
Ubuntu 11.10 users are being encouraged to take part in 'Ubuntu Friendly' - a community-drive database of desktops, laptops and netbooks that work well with Ubuntu. Readon on to find out what it is and you can help.
Ubuntu 11.10 finally provides the curious users with an easy, safe way to install and try out 'GNOME Shell' - the new desktop interface from GNOME. In this guide we'll show you how to install GNOME-Shell, learn the basic layout of its desktop, as well as learn some super handy tips to make using it that little bit easier...
Okay, so Ubuntu 11.10 is barely hot off the servers but the question needs to be asked: have you already upgraded? Do you plan to do so shortly? Perhaps you've decided to stick with the 10.04 LTS release or your finely tuned Ubuntu 11.04 set-up. Either way cast your vote in the poll inside and let the world know...
Ubuntu minisites. Sites about Ubuntu 11.10 that are mini.