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Issue 120 (July 2009) - Ubuntu
Jaunty Jackalope is here - read the review then try it yourself
Double distro DVD: exclusive LXF Ubuntu edition with Gnome, KDE, Xfce and extra apps galore, plus Mandriva 2009.1
The best screen recording tools put head-to-head
What on Earth is Chromium?
Back by popular demand: Python tutorials!
Ubuntu turns 10
To celebrate the 10th release of the Ubuntu distribution, we examine the whys and wherefores of its success and legacy. (Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Picard: Organise your music files
Disorganised music files bothering you? We show you how Picard can update your music collection and restore order to chaos. (Shashank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
We compare three of the big contenders for managing your data changes: Bazaar, Subversion, and Git. (Juliet Kemp) Click here to read!
New chips, virtualisation and admin tools - Intel's pulling out all the stops, and Linux is first to take advantage of it. (Paul Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Dual booting DVD: exclusive LXF enhanced version of Ubuntu 9.04 with KDE, Xfce, extra apps and coding tools - plus newbie's friend Mandriva. Also: Apress PDFs, TuxRadar Podcasts, MonoDevelop 2.0 and more. (Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Do you rely on a small forest of note paper to keep track of your ideas? Then let us reveal how Basket Note Pads could change your life. Plus: outlining in OpenOffice.org. (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Gimp: Decay in the city
Even experts can learn something new. Our graphics guru shares his experiences using a Wacom tablet with Gimp Paint Shop. (Michael J Hammel) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Sun may be secure, but what of its open source software? Plus: VueScan; Cooliris; Cray and the low-end supercomputer market; TomTom and patents; Boxee for Linux; first Android netbook; Firefox 3.5 progress. (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.