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Ramesh Elamathi

Ubuntu enthusiast. Creator and Editor of TechUbuntu.com.

Post: 17 December 2011 Published in News

You can now buy commercial apps, ebooks and magazines from Ubuntu Software Centre using the Paypal account.

Post: 22 December 2011 Published in News

Canonical has released Ubuntu In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) Remix Beta 2 on December 21. The Ubuntu IVI Remix is a specific version of  Ubuntu operating system based on a core set of Ubuntu technologies that will deliver infotainment in your car.

Post: 04 December 2011 Published in News

GNOME now offers shell extensions the mozilla way. You can download and install these extensions as you do with the Firefox Addons. Gnome has recently launched the shell extensions website, bracing itself to compete with Unity desktop.

Post: 02 December 2011 Published in News

GNOME has announced Every Details Matters, an initiative aimed at taking care of all the little details and make sure that every part of GNOME 3 shines

Post: 02 December 2011 Published in News

Huzzah! Seven weeks into the release cycle and Ubuntu 12.04 Alpha 1 has just been announced. Bear in mind it is of alpha quality, but please go and test it if you are curious and want to help out.

Post: 02 December 2011 Published in News

The first alpha release of Ubuntu 12.04, code named Precise Pangolin is now available for download. The stable release of Ubuntu 12.04 LTS is scheduled for April 26th 2012.

Post: 27 November 2011 Published in News

The tech news sites claim on declining popularity of Ubuntu is entirely based on unreliable statistics. Ubuntu is still the popular Linux distribution used by millions of people around the world. Tech Ubuntu lists out the facts about the malicious campaign of a few tech news sites.

Post: 25 November 2011 Published in News

Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth is confident about the success of Unity desktop environment and says a lot of people are willing to contribute to make Unity a success.

Post: 15 November 2011 Published in Reviews

TechUbuntu lists top 10 applications that will let you enjoy your new Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot installation your way. These are best, cool applications that will help you a lot in your everyday computing in Ubuntu 11.10

Post: 15 November 2011 Published in News

The new release of Audacious, a winamp-like highly configurable music player for Ubuntu and other linux based distros, now comes with a new configuration system that is less on resource utilisation and a new "queue manager" window, among others. Learn how to install audacious 3.1 in Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot.

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