Users of Ubuntu 10.10 and 11.04 can now once again install the pre-Unity Ubuntu Netbook Interface thanks to some repackaging magic by Martin 'Doctor Mo' Owens.
Canonical has announced that 'Ubuntu Netbook Edition' - the netbook-orientated version of the Ubuntu operating system - will be 'folded' into 'Ubuntu Desktop Edition' for Ubuntu 11.04, with the latter being rebranded simple as 'Ubuntu'.
Given that Ubuntu aims to replace the default mediaplayer on the Ubuntu Netbook Edition with Banshee, Didier Roche has requested that the proud OMG army unleash their unspeakable powers of mass breakage on the newly promoted Banshee 1.7.5 package in Maverick.
The Default Application Selection for Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook edition was today discussed at the Ubuntu Developer Summit in Belgium – and threw up a few surprises! Chromium is to become the default browser for Ubuntu […]
In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, or hang around people who exclusively use Mac hardware, then you’ve witnessed the explosion of the Netbook. Small, light, less then 10 inches, and with impressive levels […]