full circle – issue #2!

full circle – issue #2!

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Full Circle – the Independent Magazine for the Ubuntu Community

full circle - issue #2

Issue #2 now available for download!

It contains :
* Kubuntu install step-by-step
* How-To : Install Ubuntu on Intel Mac Mini, Virtual Private Networking, Learning Scribus part 2 and Ubuntu for your Grandma!
* Review of System76 Darter Laptop
* Interview with GRAMPS developer
* Letters, Q&A, MyDesktop, MyPC, Top5 and more!

Get it while it’s hot!

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14 COMMENTS

  1. Good work on another excellent issue, and great to read that an Ubuntu Home Server edition is in the works! I’ve added a post on my blog to help spread the word.

  2. Ubuntu Home Server Edition in the works…

    The independent Ubuntu community Full Circle Magazine reports in issue #2 that a home server edition of Ubuntu is being developed to compete with Microsoft’s Windows Home Server software. More information can be found at the Ubuntu Home Server si…

  3. I really like the magazine logo! Well done! Also the content is nice and the layout is pretty professional.

    Keep up the excellent work and thanks for your time and contributions!

  4. Issue #2 was very good, and you included more pages! I’m eagerly awaiting issue #3 (too early, i know 😀 )

  5. Loved the Granny article! Very cute and entertaining. The magazine could keep using these “real world” hands on examples.

  6. Thank you for this great magazine! Your hard work really shows. I love the way you have the information and articles laid out. I look forward to issue 3!

  7. Great E-magazine, it reminds me of Tux magazine too but I hope this magazine will last a long,long time. I wish I have gotten this issue sooner. It will save me a lot of headache while doing the “dual boot” process. I really love the KDE version. Only problem is….Kubuntu can’t find my modem. Anyway, you guys are doing great! Keep it up!

  8. Really good! I’m subscribing now!
    I really liked the “Grandma” story, and I suggest an “how-to-guide” for newbie on, well, how to customize your desktop… You know, “Panels”, “drawers”, that kind of things.
    Windows users, I think, are always fascinated by the opportunity of having choice on “the bare necessities” or “lots of options”.

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