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In this edition of Linux Identity, we explore the limitless possibilities of a liberated operating environment. We'll take you through the installation process, whether you want to use Ubuntu full time, or you are just exploring Ubuntu and would prefer to dual boot your computer between Ubuntu and a proprietary OS. We'll show you the new features of Ubuntu 13.10, and how to use them. We'll even show you how to leverage Ubuntu 13.10 and technologies like LUKS, Truecrypt, and openPGP to encrypt every last bit of you data, bringing you privacy and data security in ways particularly significant in light of recent NSA revelations.
Ubuntu is more than just an operating system, though. It's a culture, a community of users eager to help one another and learn new technologies, and it's the software that we all run to be more productive and creative. That's where Ubuntu's strength is felt most of all.
The magazine is offered with 2 install DVDs containing Ubuntu 13.10 (32 and 64 bits), Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu and Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 (64 bits)
Posted by: Admin on Nov 27, 2013 - 10:38 AM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu Family 13.10 Saucy Salamander - under production!' (76 more words)
The GNU/Linux world is full of various desktop offers, either heavyweight like KDE or GNOME, or lighter with LXDE, and there is no doubt that many niche markets will be more easily addressed with our operating system than with any other ones. One must also keep in mind that the desktop market, even if less active recently, is still the one driving innovation, so Ubuntu and Android are not the only solutions to consider. In order to verify which approach will be your next all-in-one operating system answering each of your needs, we offer you in this magazine the possibility to explore how the most prominent operating systems envision the desktop experience.
You can explore how Linux Mint simplifies and extends the desktop to address easily yet efficiently the Ubuntu base, how Mageia, throughout its ever increasing community, answers to the users needs. If you are prone to testing latest technologies, or explore more deeply the system, you will find a good answer with Fedora or openSUSE.
So get your game on!
Posted by: Admin on Aug 06, 2013 - 11:28 AM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux - on sale!' (93 more words)
Every now and again, Linux Identity decides it's time to release a “Starter Kit”, which is a gateway for the curious user to start using Linux in real life. Of course, we're only scratching the surface because there's a lot of Linux out there in the world, and what's best for some tends to shift a little depending on who you are and what you're looking to get out of your computer. But you don't know any of this until you start, and usually getting started with something new is the most painful part. This issue ought to help smooth that out for you.
In this issue, you'll find articles that will help you install the distribution of your choice, and more articles to help you get started exploring what Linux has to offer you. Maybe you're just a casual desktop user and just want to know how to do every day tasks, or maybe you want to flirt a little with some desktop customization to make your day more efficient. Maybe you're an artist and want to explore Linux's more sensitive side, or perhaps you're a budding programmer who would like to get started with a nice introductory programming language like Python.
The possibilities are endless, with Linux, so don't hold back. Install it and start using it, because that's how you get started.
Posted by: Admin on Aug 05, 2013 - 10:54 AM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Office - Linux Starter Kit with Ubuntu 13.04 - on sale!' (83 more words)
Linux Identity Starter concentrates on covering the latest Ubuntu Linux 13.04 Raring Ringtail. There are a whole of updates in 13.04 since the previous release. There's an all-around polish to every detail. In addition to updates and refinements, this release heralds some significant changes in the direction of Ubuntu and, I a way, computing as a whole.
In this issue of Linux Identity, you will find helpful articles that cover some of the basics tasks in Ubuntu, including installing it from scratch, adding multimedia functionality, editing videos, and even advanced tasks like setting up your very own private cloud.
Traditionally, the magazine comes with two install DVDs containg each other: double-face DVD 10 with full 32 and 64-bit installer and DVD 5 (Ubuntu Family) – multiboot installation disc optimized for 64-bit processors, BIOS and UEFI compatible, containing Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu and Ubuntu GNOME 13.04.
Posted by: Admin on Jun 11, 2013 - 12:20 PM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu Family 13.04 Raring Ringtail - on sale!' (83 more words)
You will find in this review a large repertoire of what a modern distribution can offer from a software point of view but also, more and more, from a service perspective. The distributions offered in The Best of Linux edition are as follows:
Ubuntu is pushing its “One” services and with the recent announce of a Ubuntu dedicated phone distribution, this is for a start a promising competitor to Android. Mint listens the best to its community by offering a large choice of graphical interfaces. Mageia is trying to reconquer the old Mandrake/Mandriva users heart by providing a polished ans stable community-driver distribution. OpenSUSE is still the reference, community-based enterprise-level distribution.
Posted by: Admin on Feb 04, 2013 - 03:08 PM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux with 5 best ' (95 more words)
Linux Identity Office is an exciting issue filled with articles that will help you learn Linux basics. This issue covers everything from how to install Ubuntu and get started with Linux to how to get things done using it. We have articles with a more philosophical bent that give you a sense of the advantages we see in Ubuntu over other operating systems. There are even more practical articles covering topics that are of interest and vital to any Linux user.
The magazine comes with a bootable Live DVD containing full version of Ubuntu 12.10 that will make possible to try Linux operating system before installing ot on the hard drive. You will see that this is quality operating system with quality software and quality community standing behind it. We hope you enjoy learning about Ubuntu as you read and try it out.
Posted by: Admin on Feb 04, 2013 - 11:36 AM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Office - Linux Starter Kit with Ubuntu 12.10 ' (76 more words)
Welcome to the latest edition of Linux Identity Starter, the edition dedicated to the latest version of the world's most popular free and Open Source operating system: Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, that comes with numerous new features.
The Ubuntu project focuses a lot on simplicity and ease of use. Thus, it is starting point for most newbies, even those who are using Linux for the first time. Veteran users, on the other hand, can try out the new features in this exciting version. The articles in this magazine issue will equip you with the knowledge on how to use Ubuntu's rudder and compass and the installable version on the accompagnying DVDs will allow you to sail ship in no time at all.
The DVDs coming with this isse contain each other: DVD10 (double face) – full, official version of Ubuntu 12.10 for both 32 and 64-bit systems and DVD5 – multiboot, 32-bit versions of: Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu and Ubuntu Studio 12.10.
Posted by: Admin on Nov 22, 2012 - 12:57 PM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu Family 12.10 Quantal Quetzal ' (62 more words)
The latest edition of Linux Identity Office is focused on the latest happenings in the open source world, especially Ubuntu Linux operating system. The Ubuntu project is a starting point for most enthusiasts who want to take a serious step in the open source universe. The stability and robustness of Ubuntu is widely known in the open source community.
Linux is a very popular choice among beginners and Ubuntu has topped the list of popular distributions for many years. For the desktop users, it is equipped with the best software be it the browser, mail client, office suite, or games.
You can try Ubuntu from the accompagnying DVD, containing Ubuntu in its latest release - 12.04, without causing any harm to your existing system and hardware. You can also install it on your computer, either standalone or alongside existing operating systems. Good luck and have fun!
Posted by: Admin on Sep 10, 2012 - 11:51 AM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Office - Linux Starter Kit with Ubuntu 12.04 ' (64 more words)
The distributions offered this time in The Best of Linux edition are as follows:
They present the relative choice available at the moment. If you are willing to test the latest and greatest desktop experience, you have to consider Mageia or openSUSE if KDE has your preference, or Fedora and Ubuntu for the GNOME desktop. If you wish to keep some continuity with your previous desktop experience, you may give a try to the different Mint flavors presenting altered GNOME desktop as in Mate or Cinnamon. For those who miss the old KDE 3, you can even install one of the distributions above and update it to the Trinity desktop, the evolution of KDE 3 created by some developers in reaction to the supposedly wrong direction taken by the “legitimate” KDE developers.
Traditionaly, the magazine comes with the multiboot DVD containing all 5 distributions mentioned above in their Live version.
Posted by: Admin on Sep 05, 2012 - 12:41 PM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux with 5 Distributions' (114 more words)
New release: Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin + Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu et Mythbuntu1203 Reads
Linux Identity Starter comes with the newest Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin, a great release with many features, improvements that we recommend to try. Ubuntu is undoubtedly the most popular Linux distribution of all time! If you are new to Ubuntu and haven't used Linux before then fret not. You will feel at home with Ubuntu as it's easy to use and supports most hardware out of the box.
This magazine comes with 2 bootable DVDs: 1st disc containing Ubuntu 12.04 for both 32 & 64-bit systems, the 2nd one containing Ubuntu with GNOME, Kubuntu with KDE, Xubuntu with Xfce, Lubuntu with LXDE and Mytbuntu oriented Media Center in 32-bit version.
Ubuntu 12.04 is a LTS (Long term Support) release that means it will be updated for 5 years. Enjoy!
Posted by: Admin on May 30, 2012 - 12:07 PM Read full article: 'Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin + Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu et Mythbuntu ' (69 more words)
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