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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:

Fedora 17
Linux Mint 13 Cinnamon
Mageia 2
openSUSE 12.1
Ubuntu 12.04

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)

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!

With the newest Linux Starter Kit you will have the opportunity to join the Ubuntu Users Community and have fun using powerful, stable, simple of use, as well as flexible for business, education and home Linux distribution. That's why we recommend it as the best system for newbies. After installing Ubuntu Linux you will be vested with the user friendly environment surrounded by the all kinds of software.

Linux Identity Office offers Ubuntu in its latest version – 11.10. The articles included in this magazine will let you discover some hints which will help you to quickly assimilate the essence. You will be also offered with the live DVD that contains the full installer of Ubuntu 11.10. It will let you try the distribution before you decide to install it on the hard drive.

Posted by: Admin on Mar 06, 2012 - 10:04 AM  Read full article: 'Linux Identity Office - Linux Starter Kit with Ubuntu 11.10 ' (120 more words)

In this new Linux Identity we provide you a comparison of the most popular Linux distributions available:

Debian 6.0.1
Fedora 16
Linux Mint 12
openSUSE 12.1
Ubuntu 11.10

In order to present “objective” information to help you in your choice of your personal best distribution, we used the exhaustive test suite with a selection of scenarios to give an overview “with numbers” of how the combination of choices made by each distribution impacts the final performance on your hardware.

We also presented the qualitative information about distributions (community, support, reputation, …) as well as the results of the comparison of one of the most important parameters which will help you in determining if you will use one distribution or the other – the installer.

On the DVD attached you will find all five distributions in live mode, in multi-boot. Just turn on your computer, insert the disc and pick up from the menu the distribution that interests you.

Posted by: Admin on Mar 02, 2012 - 11:37 AM  Read full article: 'Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux with 5 Distributions ' (98 more words)

As usual, this issue of Linux Identity comes with 2 DVDs for you to enjoy. The first one contains both 32 and 64-bit Live DVDs of Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot and another multi-bootable DVD which has Ubuntu (with GNOME), Kubuntu (with KDE), Lubuntu (with LXDE), Xubuntu (with Xfce) and Mythbuntu (Media Center) 32-bit.

In this issue we'll have an article on how to set up a redundant storage cluster with Gluster and Ubuntu server. On the desktop front, we'll be taking a good look at the newly released 11.10 which brings in the transition to GNOME 3 as well as a (r)evolution of Ubuntu's own Unity interface. We also reviewed the Sylpheed email client, that provides a good alternative for Evolution or Thunderbird.

Thank you for your interest in Ubuntu 11.10.

Posted by: Admin on Nov 04, 2011 - 02:48 PM  Read full article: 'Linux Identity Starter - Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot ' (83 more words)

The magazine The Best of Linux aims to bring you the latest versions of the best Linux distributions at the moment. The Open Source world is an environment that is changing so quickly that we sometimes struggle to follow the latest developments. This edition will not only enable us to update users, but also to choose which distribution is made for you.

The mutli-bootable DVD included in the magazine is a snapshot of our innovations :

Debian 6.0.1 Squeeze
Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal
Linux Mint 11 Katya
Fedora 15 Lovelock
openSUSE 11.4 Celadon

Some distributions promote information, while others prefer quality. It's up to you to test them, and make your choice!

Posted by: Admin on Aug 12, 2011 - 11:59 AM  Read full article: 'Linux Identity Pack - The Best of Linux with 5 best Linux distributions' (82 more words)

The Linux Identity beginners edition is ready! It comes with the newest version of Ubuntu, the best distribution for Linux newbies, as its aim is to provide an easy to use and stable Linux desktop. The usuability, speed and stability are there, all it needs is you to try it out!

This issue is supplied with a bootable DVD containing a full version of Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal, in 32-bit version that can be also run on 64-bit machines. In the magazine we tackle how to prepare to install it on the hard drive and what to do next. We wish you happy reading and happy adventure with Linux!

Linux Mint 11, codenamed “Katya” is just available in the new edition of Linux Identity! This new release comes with updated software and brings refinements and new features to make your desktop even more comfortable to use. Many improvements were made to the graphical interface of the Software Manager, the Update Manager is faster that before, the Desktop Settings tool is now “desktop-agnostic”. Then, Linux Mint brings further Artwork and System improvements.

The magazine comes with 2 Live CDs containing the installers of Linux Mint 11 for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures. The 32-bit CD will work on any PC. But if you've got a modern computer with more than 4GB of RAM and a 64-bit processor, the 64-bit CD might give you better performance.

Posted by: Admin on Jun 10, 2011 - 12:23 PM  Read full article: 'Linux Identity Office - Linux Mint 11 "Katya"' (94 more words)

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