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Powered by Ubuntu

One of the SVG pictures that had troubles is the powered by Ubuntu logo. In an earlier post I described that I’m doing some SVG cleanup, and still to expect more cleanup in the future. One of the images that I was looking forward to is the powered by Ubuntu logo. So I’m up to some coloring for this night ! I will try to make a unified theme for both the website part, and the wordpress weblog part, and of course will incorporate the powered by Ubuntu logo, since this server is actually powered by Ubuntu.

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3 Responses to “Powered by Ubuntu”

  1. Chicago Legal Malpractice Lawyer Says:

    What do you think of Ubuntu. A friend of mine purchased a laptop with this OS installed and he’s not quite sure how to use it. I myself do not have any experience with it. Thoughts?

  2. Mohamed Ibrahim Says:

    It’s a great distro. I think it is the most user friendly distribution, and since it is based on Debian it has a huge library. The last time I tried to install Debian from CDs, I ended up burning 11 CDs (2 years ago) – compare that to windows.

    On the server side, running Ubuntu as a server is way better than running windows.

    On the desktop side, it really depends what you use your computer for. If you use it for emails, browsing the web, reading/writing word docs, or even using generic programs like tracking your personal/business expenses with GnuCash, it will work well. Problems will arise if you want to run specific windows software the you’ve got a 50%/50% chance to get it to work.

    Using Ubuntu is simple. If you got a Mac, it will have a learning curve for a couple of days – just till you know where are the stuff and how to do things. It is the same story with Ubuntu. The only difference is that some of the software might not be installed to save space, and you might need to install it using a tool called synaptic. But it is fun :) !

    Personally, I have my servers running Ubuntu, but my laptop is running windows because I need to use a COM Object program called Zip Forms for preparing real estate contracts, which does not run on Linux.

  3. security software Says:

    I tested Ubuntu about one year ago. Is very versatile and fast but have not intuitiv like Windows OS. Anyway if you just want to navigate on Web Ubuntu is a great solution for this. You can install it on WMware – a virtual machine on your computer. In this way you can have two operating systems on the same PC.

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