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full circle magazine #31
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full circle
ISSUE #31 - November 2009
full circle magazine #31
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 The articles contained in this magazine are released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. This means you can adapt, copy, distribute and transmit the articles but only under the following conditions: You must attributethe work to the original author in some way (at least a name, email or URL) and to this magazine by name ('full circle magazine')and the URL www.fullcirclemagazine.org (but not attribute the article(s) in any way that suggests that they endorse you or your use of the work). If you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you must distribute the resulting work under the same, similar or a compatible license.
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The Perfect Server - Pt1p.17My Opinionp.21Universe Of Soundp.12Program In Python - Pt5p.08Ubuntu Womenp.28Ubuntu Gamesp.30Command & Conquerp.05Top 5 - SVN Clientsp.34My Storyp.19
 The Conversion. From a 486 PCwith DOS and Windows 3.11, toUbuntu.
MOTU Interviewp.25Review - Linux Mint 7p.23Lettersp.26
full circle magazine #31
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Welcome to another issue of Full Circle magazine.
his month we bring you the first part of a new series:. Yes, we've done several server articles in the past, but Ithought that this one is particularly relevant since it uses the most recentUbuntu release, Karmic Koala.Looking back to Ubuntu 9.04, Robin Catling brings us a review of which is built on Jaunty Jackalope. The article, this month, is on . We've never used anyWindows reviews, or articles, previously, but this one is well balanced, well written,and thought provoking, so I couldn't ignore it. Fear not, this magazine will not publisharticles that indulge in Windows bashing ... not on my watch!Oh, and one last thing: please note that FCM#32 (December 2009) will bereleased on , and not the last Friday of the month like weusually do. Our usual release schedule will return in January 2010.Enjoy the issue, and keep in touch!Editor, Full Circle magazineronnie@fullcirclemagazine.org
 This magazine was created using :
Ubuntu is a complete operatingsystem that is perfect forlaptops, desktops and servers.Whether at home, school orwork, Ubuntu contains all theapplications you'll ever needincluding word processor, emailapplication and web browser.Ubuntu is and always will be freeof charge
You do not pay anylicensing fees. You candownload, use and share Ubuntuwith your friends, family, schoolor business, for absolutelynothing.Once installed, your system isready to use with a full set of productivity, internet, drawingand graphics applications, andgames.
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