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Infrastructure Linux News for Apr 25, 2011

  • Why Is Ubuntu's Unity Squeezing out GNOME 3? (2011-04-25 22:34:08)
    Datamation: "Not too long ago, I wrote about Ubuntu's embrace of the Unity desktop and what that would mean for Ubuntu users who might prefer a traditional GNOME shell. While users can certainly select the older GNOME shell, the move to the Unity desktop has clearly not been greeted with unanimous applause."

  • Addictive Game 'Family Farm' for Linux Coming Soon to Ubuntu Software Center (2011-04-25 20:02:11)
    Ubuntu Vibes: "Addictive simulation and farming game Family Farm is now available for Linux. The game which focuses on building and maintaining your own farm has RPG elements to it as you can control your character with many RPG attributes like skills etc. Linux version is not available for purchase as of now but it will be released in Ubuntu Software Center soon where users can easily pay for the game and install it in one click."

  • Where is There an End to Him? (2011-04-25 06:09:17)
    ConsortiumInfo.org: "In the past, Linux today linked to many blog entries by Andy Updegrove relating to ODF and OOXML. This blog entry is a "bring down" about one of the major figures in that saga, and the current move by the UK to mandate open source and open standards-friendly standards."

  • New Nvidia Linux Driver Supports Ubuntu 11.04 (2011-04-25 03:07:25)
    Softpedia: "Nvidia launched version 270.41.06 of its graphics driver, which brought initial support for Xorg Server 1.10 and support for the upcoming Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal) operating system."