Ultimate Edition 3.2 has been released recently and is ready for downloads. It is based upon Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot and like always has a lot of improvements and preinstalled packages in it. All in all a perfect Ubuntu based distro, Ultimate Edition is all set to roll Gnome 3, Gnome Classic, Gnome fallback, Unity, Unity 2D, and XMBC selectable via login screen. It also has a crisp new GTK/3 theme & comprehensive software packages.
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‘apt‘ or the Advanced Packaging Tool is one of the most powerful system tool available in Ubuntu. If you are a GUI lover or a classic terminal junkie, you have to deal with it no matter what. Almost all Ubuntu users have used it knowingly or unknowingly. So, now lets take a walk down the basics of this tool, how it works and how to master it.
GNOME 3.2 has been released and is the first follow-up release to its ground-breaking GNOME 3.0. It has undergone a major redesign and now has the user interface for the next generation of the desktop. From 3.2, GNOME is refining the project and starting to introduce new, modern GNOME applications that will deeply integrate with the GNOME 3 experience and which are designed for modern users.
Backtrack 5 codenamed ‘Revolution‘ based upon Ubuntu 10.04 LTS has been released and is all set to pwn. With major upgrade to the UI and application lists, Backtrack now serves as a good platform for all type of Security professionals, ethical-hackers, from newbies to pros. Its very carefully selected big list of hacking tools is the largest available toolkit in single os till date. Backtrack as a matter of fact is based upon Ubuntu to improve simplicity and responsiveness. Whether you’re hacking wireless, exploiting servers, performing a web application assessment, learning, or social-engineering a client, BackTrack is the one-stop-shop for all of your security needs.
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