Ubuntu Mobile takes on Apple touch interface Ubuntu Mobile Canonical today hoped to preempt all comers today with news of Ubuntu Mobile . Its first Linux variant aimed at handhelds, the software is tailored for the Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) expected to launch in spring based on Intel's Silverthorne technology and is designed to recognize basic iPhone-like gestures such as swiping to scroll through menus and websites.
Hewlett-Packard will apparently need close to two months to start fulfilling backorders for the (temporarily) revived TouchPad tablet. "It will take 6-8 weeks to build enough HP TouchPads to meet our current commitments, during which time your order will then ship from this stock with free ground shipping," read an email sent to customers and reprinted in a Sept. 7 posting on the Precentral.net blog. "You will receive a shipping notification with a tracking number once your order has shipped." That would place the new TouchPads in consumers' hands sometime in either late October or early November. The reduced-price devices are not returnable, according to the email.
An overview of Linux installations on Tablet PCs, NotePads, WebPads, PenPCs, SmartDisplays, Convertibles and Slates. At the bottom of this page there is a survey of Linux applications and drivers useful for TabletPCs. *) available pre-equipped with Linux submit a new entry Documentation Tablet PCs, Pen PCs and Convertibles with Linux
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by Kevin Farnham 05/08/2006 Transforming an XP Laptop into a Dual-Boot XP/Ubuntu Linux System Notebook computers are generally preloaded with Windows XP, but for those of us who do considerable work in the Linux environment, a Windows-only notebook is far from ideal. Creating a Dual-Boot Windows XP and Ubuntu Laptop
Linux Shortcuts and Commands: Linux Newbie Administrator Guide by Stan and Peter Klimas This is a practical selection of the commands we use most often. Press <Tab> to see the listing of all available command (on your PATH). On my small home system, it says there are 2595 executables on my PATH.