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Just about a week after Dell officially started offering up Linux-equipped machines for sale, an anxious user over at UbuntuForums managed to get his hands around a XPS 410n desktop and put it through a few paces. Notably, the unboxing experience was far from enthralling, as the documentation still

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June 4, 2007 at 2:35AM
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It looks like Thursday will be the coming out party for Dell's new-found love interest with Linux. Linux advocate Jeremy Garcia says we're now just hours away from the ability to order an Ubuntu pre-load on a new Dell E520 Dimension desktop, Inspiron 1505 consumer laptop, or XPS 410 media rig -- jus

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Given Michael Dell's admitted fondness for Ubuntu (Feisty Fawn, specifically) and Dell's previous announcement that it was heeding the call of geeks everywhere to offer Linux pre-loaded on its consumer systems, it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise that Ubuntu would be the company's distro of

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Those of you as fond of Ubuntu as we are likely won't need much convincing, but those that have yet to go 'bu now have one of the most compelling reasons yet to consider the OS, as version 7.04 (otherwise known as \"Feisty Fawn\") has now been officially released into the wild. Among the improvements

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