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This short tutorial introduces the steps to build sK1 0.9.3 from source code and install it on Ubuntu. sK1 is a prepress-oriented vector editor with CMYK feature, a free software similar to Inkscape. This tutorial is done on Ubuntu 16.10 Yakkety Yak and should be applicable to another versions as well (even for Linux Mint and Debian). I write this tutorial because sK1 is not available on Ubuntu repo even until now.
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Kubuntu 17.04 has been released on April 13th 2017. This review introduces some aspects of Kubuntu from it's appearance, memory usage, to default software and customization. It's surprisingly more lightweight in memory use than Ubuntu Unity, with gorgeous and Windows-like look, with complete default applications. This Zesty Zapus release is a good start for any new user to choose Kubuntu as daily OS for personal and collective purposes. Enjoy Kubuntu!

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deepin 15.4 GNU/Linux operating system has been released at April 19th 2017. I list here one official download link and two faster mirrors from Sourceforge. I listed here the Mega and Google mirrors as well but remember they don't provide direct download. The 15.4 provided only as 64 bit, the 32 bit version has already dropped (except by commercial support). I hope this short list helps you.


Note: at this time (April 20th) I cannot find any active ISO mirror (that provides direct link) available for 15.4. If you want to help deepin distribution, you can provide a deepin ISO mirror by following this guide.

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Verifying checksum for a GNU/Linux image is similar to comparing fingerprints for human. It verifies that your downloaded Ubuntu image is valid or not. By valid here it means it's 100% the same as the file on official server. Whenever it's verified valid, then it's OK for you to use it and further to redistribute. But whenever it's not valid, it means the image is probably corrupted, broken, of even altered by somebody else. This short tutorial shows 3 steps to verify Ubuntu image for beginners.

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This is a simple guide to install Ubuntu Budgie 17.04. Because Ubuntu Budgie is a new comer to Ubuntu family, we believe this tutorial will be needed by many beginners. This will explain installation on a laptop by first preparing blank partitions to make it safer for most beginner users. This installation will need at least 20GB of disk space. The total time needed is only 10 minutes. It's quick and easy with gorgeous OS Ubuntu Budgie. Enjoy!

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Please welcome Xubuntu 17.04, a newly released GNU/Linux OS with very low memory consumption and pretty desktop interface. It ships with XFCE 4.12, Firefox 52, and LibreOffice 5.3. It consumes only around 330MB of RAM at idle time, very convenient for low-end and old computers. It provides complete and large number of software on official repository, a big win for powerful computers for serious purposes. Xubuntu 17.04 is released at same day as Ubuntu 17.04, April 13th 2017. And this is a review to introduce you how great Xubuntu 17.04 is.

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This is a review of Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus with both Unity 7 and 8 desktop environments. This release is beautiful as always, ready for serious use, and complete with more than 70000 packages on official repository. It will be supported for 9 months until January 2018. Finally, I hope this review helps people to find how Ubuntu is and what's interesting from 17.04. Enjoy!

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Ubuntu Budgie begins its debut as official Ubuntu family in 17.04 "Zesty Zapus" release. It's a new choice of flavors with new desktop environment (Budgie) as operating system for us. Ubuntu Budgie is crafted purely for desktop use, no tablet-like interface (like Unity or GNOME), thanks to Budgie DE. So I want to introduce Ubuntu Budgie 17.04 to beginners especially if they're new to GNU/Linux. I hope you'll enjoy Ubuntu Budgie starting from this review.

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