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22 Useful Wireless Codes in Terminal

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Hey guys, sorry for the lack of updates due to my uni life & work.
For now, I’m giving you guys some useful codes to use in Terminal in case you need to set it up verbosely.

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Ubuntu 12.04 Code Name Released!

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Yes, it is a tradition in canonical to release it in alphabetical order. I’ve expected that it will be Pxx Penguin or something. But it turns out to be Precise Pangolin. This is the announcements that was made by Mark Shuttleworth(Owner of Canonical):

Being generally of a cheerful nature, I thought we’d avoid the Predatory Panther and Primeval Possum. Neither sounds like great company for a seven year journey, really. Same goes for the Peccable Peccary, Pawky Python and Perfidious Puku. So many bullets to dodge round here!

[...] We’ve told the story of the cloud in previous releases, and that comes to fruition in 12.04 with the first LTS that supports both the cloud guest, and cloud infrastructure, across ARM and x86 architectures. We’ve also told the story of Unity in previous releases, and that comes to fruition in a fast, lean interface that works well across clients both thick and thin. 12.04 is going to be a lot more than all that, but for the full reveal, you’ll need to wait till UDS! Nevertheless, we can take reliability, precision, and polish as a given.

Balancing all of those options, I think we have just the right mix in our designated mascot for 12.04 LTS. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you thePrecise Pangolin.

For those who doesn’t know a pangolin, pangolin is also can be called scaly anteater or Trenggiling, many of them can be found in my country, Indonesia.

 

 

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Ubuntu 11.04 has been released!

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Ubuntu 11.04(Natty Narwhal) has been released a couple of minutes ago!

I’ll post a review after finished testing on it.

Ways to get Ubuntu:

  • Download and install ›

    You can download Ubuntu onto your computer today – all you need is a CD or USB stick. You can even choose to replace your current operating system, whether it’s Windows or Mac OS, or run Ubuntu alongside it.

  • Try it from a CD or USB stick ›

    You can download Ubuntu onto a CD or USB stick and run it from there. If you like it, you can replace your current operating system or run Ubuntu alongside it. If you’re planning a larger deployment, you can buy Ubuntu on CD from the Canonical shop.

  • Run it with Windows ›

    If you’ve got Windows, you can run Ubuntu within your current system with the Windows installer (Wubi). That way, you can install and uninstall Ubuntu in the same way as any other Windows application. It’s simple and safe.

Ways to get Ubuntu Server:

  • Download and install ›

    You can download Ubuntu today – all you need is a CD or USB stick. If you’re planning a larger deployment, you can buy Ubuntu Server on CD from the Canonical shop.

  • Try it online ›

    You can give Ubuntu a test-run before you download it. But remember, for a full and super-fast experience, you’ll need to download it for real.

 

[LINK UPDATED]Download E-Book: Ubuntu Unleashed 2011 Edition: Covering 10.10 and 11.04, 6th Edition

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Ubuntu Unleashed 2011 Edition: Covering 10.10 and 11.04, 6th Edition:

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Ubuntu Netbook Edition Bid Farewell

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Canonical has announced that Ubuntu Netbook Edition will not be released / produced anymore.

Here are the full statement from Canonical:

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JoliCloud Review

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Yet another Linux Based OS has been released quite a while ago, called JoliCloud. It’s a distro and also a uniquely combined HTML5 browser if you have Google Chrome to test it. This Distro offers flexibility for both windows and Linux users, and also a unique user interface to explore which will bring you a whole new experience in cloud computing.

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Download E-Book: Ubuntu Unleashed 2011 Edition: Covering 10.10 and 11.04, 6th Edition

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Ubuntu Unleashed 2011 Edition: Covering 10.10 and 11.04, 6th Edition

* Install and configure Ubuntu
* Get all your system’s devices and peripherals up and running
* Configure and customize your graphic user interface
* Manage Linux services and users
* Secure your machine and your network from intruders
* Configure a firewall
* Share files with Windows users using Samba
* Get productive with office tools
* Use multimedia programs
* Play games
* Set up and run various types of servers
* Learn the basics of several programming languages
* Learn how to write a software application quickly
* Participate in Ubuntu QA testing
* Tune your system for maximum performance
* Learn to manage and compile the kernel and modules

Download Link:

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