LXer: Xubuntu 13.04 review Et tu, Brute?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 9, 2013
Published at LXer:
Time to review Xubuntu, a proud member of the Ubuntu family. And it's just had a new son born this spring, named Billy Bob Raring Jr. Anyhow, there are two critical aspects to this article. One, Ubuntu's been offering a fairly bland experience these past two releases, with subpar Nvidia experience and too many bugs. Two, Xubuntu has been on a steady rise ever since Pangolin, and I even added it to my best list at the end of the last year. So let's see what gives. This time I will be a using a somewhat different approach. Instead of testing on the T61 laptop, which comes with a cheap graphics card and no hardware that requires additional proprietary drivers, I will begin with the HP Pavilion laptop. This machine has both a Broadcom Wireless, as well an Nvidia card. Double jeopardy.
Full Circle Magazine Ubuntu Games What should I review next???
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 7, 2010
Guys I need your help!
I need suggestions for a game I can review next, in the next issue of Ubuntu Games (In the Full Circle Magazine).
I have been thinking about reviewing Battle for Wesnoth, but I want to leave that review for abit for me to be able to do a good review of it.
Acer aspire one 756 (review + tweaks)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 12, 2012
I just got this netbook and put xubuntu on it, dual boot with window 7. Wifi/LAN/hdmi/xrandr work out of box (I have not tried VGA). Suspend also works via the logout menu, but not through the F4 key. Volume control, speaker mute and wifi on/off work via function keys.
Multitouch works out of box, including two-fingers vertical and horizontal scrolling (you might need to adjust touchpad settings in xfce). Pinch-zoom does not work. Right-click is slightly flaky and/or I have not yet found the sweet spot for right click (which I guess means it's flaky :-)
On a freshly charged battery, xubuntu reports/predicts 5:32 of battery life. I have not tried to drain it, but based on experience with other laptops this is a reasonable estimate for normal use (40% brightness, wifi on, light browsing+emails+editing); take 30% for looping youtubes :-)
The speakers are surpising loud but very tinny. I watched fullscreen 720p video (using VLC) for about 40min (on AC); the palm rest is warm
Review of around 89 months of using ubuntu.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 10, 2011
I had heard about ubuntu in digit mag around 5-6 times but never cared to think about it for even 1s one day i installed vista(pirated which acted like original) on my parents laptop(which had xp pirated) and ran a WGA on the xp partition to show that its pirated to my parents and have a sense of achievement about it.someday i remembered about ubuntu and did a bit of research on it and i found that while it is stable and fast you cannot run ANY games on it (the usual FUD on the internet and since i didn't use it i didn't know better) and the only way to play games is playonlinux. later my mother started a conversation about it that could we install it and use it i told her that you could install it but there are no games for it she replied with she didn't aptly any games. the topic was forgottent and i moved on . then someday i heard about wubi and saw a screenshot which had both windows and ubuntu in the menu so i felt safe and installed it immediately. then after 5-10 days i saw tha
My review of Windows users converted to Ubuntu.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 8, 2012
Okay. Today I will be voicing out some of the most COMMON problems I have seen with my own two eyes that lead potential Ubuntu users right back to Windows faster than they came. I will be talking as though I were these type of users.
So, I hear that this Ubuntu is a fast reliable operating system free from virus's and such. I suppose I should give it a try especially since my trustful friend strongly recommends it.
Okay, so now I managed to install Ubuntu..Wow neat this looks really good. I never knew Linux has gone this far. I almost like this better than Windows already.
Lets take a look at the software center. Wow, most of the apps I could ever use are here, that is good to know. Wait, there is one that I can't find..Why isn't Gimp 2.8 on here? Oh wait I see I haven't updated my system yet. (Updates the system)
Well, it's still not here. I thought all my packages were updated automatically? I should google this.
Oh I see, I must add a PPA,
Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope Review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 9, 2009
I've written a very long, extensive review of Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope, the latest Ubuntu edition slated for release in about two weeks, including live CD session experience and installation, and covering topics like Wireless, Bluetooth, Samba sharing, new EXT4 filesystem, MP3 codecs, Flash Player, web camera, new applications, games, third party programs like Skype, Picasa, Java, Real Player, Google Earth, and more.
I believe you won't be disappointed.
Comments and suggestions are most welcome.
Ubuntu: Worst Game Ever? A Customer Review
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 6, 2008
Unique view on Ubuntu OS (7.04) from a customer who posted the review on Amazon US
Not sure if this is true or fake but i can believe this could be real
Might give you a laugh
Source - http://digg.com/linux_unix/Ubuntu_Worst_Game_Ever
Radeon 6950 and 6970 review Ubuntu based
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 5, 2011
My first try and I put lot of effort for this one. Please let me know your thoughts and ideas in order to improve my GPU Ubuntu based reviews. Any suggestion or comment are more than welcome
Link to review : http://linuxscriber.com/reviews/revi...adeon-6950-hd/
Ubuntu Made Easy Review Copy
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 13, 2012
I'm happy to announce that No Starch Press is making one review copy of Ubuntu Made Easy available to the LQ community. If you're interested in reviewing this book, simply post in this thread explaining why. We'll randomly select one post on July 17th. Keep in mind that you do need to read and review the book here at LQ after it's sent to you. I'd also like to note that all books purchased directly from No Starch come with the associated DRM-free ebook (usually PDF, Mobi, and Epub) for free.
Ubuntu Forums has been pwned! (with review)
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 31, 2013
Congrats that the forum is resumed.
For those who do not know what has happened these days, I wrote an article for that.
Meanwhile, I have a quick and dirty review for the resume here.
The review is just my opinion and you may not agree with me. Anyway, comments are welcome.
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