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Bummer. Hewlett-Packard’s Linux CTO, Bdale Garbee, didn’t show for his scheduled keynote session this morning at Ubuntu Live. I will try not to read too much into this and will ask Canonical why Garbee didn’t join the event. For now, though, it appears that Dell remains the only top-tier PC supplier pre-loading Ubuntu. Update, 11:51 […]
Yes, The VAR Guy is attending the 2007 UbuntuLive in Portland, Oregon. He’s already noticed several Ubuntu Linux trends that could potentially benefit solutions providers and their customers. So, it’s the perfect opportunity for a big countdown: 50 things you need to know about Ubuntu. Here are items 50-41, with more to follow soon… 50. […]
Lookout, Microsoft. Move over Red Hat. Ubuntu is preparing a small business server and related support tools that could allow entrepreneurs to standardize their networks on the operating system. Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth dropped a few hints about the small business server during his keynote speech at Ubuntu LIVE today in Portland, Oregon.
I made it to Portland, Oregon — home of the Ubuntu LIVE event — safe and sound. I’ll be blogging live from here today (July 22) and Monday (July 23). I will also be attending a Canonical reception this evening. If there are any key speakers you’d like me to interview, please leave a comment […]
More speculation from The VAR Guy, a blogger over at TechIQ magazine. He noticed that Hewlett-Packard’s top Linux executive is scheduled to keynote the Ubuntu LIVE conference July 23 in Portland. Makes you wonder: Will HP use the stage to announc PCs with Ubuntu pre-installed?
I finally took the time to connect my Hewlett-Packard PSC 2355 printer to my Dell Ubuntu PC. Finding the driver on the Web, installing it and activating the printer took only a few minutes. But the process is still much easier in the world of Windows XP. Here’s why.