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Slashdot are reporting that Canonical, the company behind the world's most popular Linux distribution Ubuntu are planning to release a new Ubuntu derivative.

Called Ubuntu Studio, this new release will be focused at multimedia creation - so things like video and audio editing and graphics. This is an area (particularly audio and video) where Linux lacks specific distributions tailored to multimedia. While free software has got some high-profile applications like ...

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Ubuntu dual-boot tip - retain Windows as your default OS

If you've just installed a dual-boot Windows XP and Ubuntu system (as per this tutorial perhaps), you might notice that the new boot menu that comes up when you start your computer has Windows last and all the Ubuntu options first.

If you're not ready to jump in at the deep end just yet, or you've got some Windows apps you still need, or you're just ...

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KDE tip - Flash Player has no sound!

Something that bugs a lot of KDE users is that when they install Flash Player (check out the tutorial for v9 by the way), then the video works fine, but the sound doesn't.

I'm not going to get into a long technical discussion as to why this happens, all I'll tell you is that there's a really easy fix for it!

Head over to the KDE ...

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Flash Player 9 for Linux

Adobe have released the final version of Adobe Flash Player 9 for Linux! We've had the beta for a while, and while I didn't experience any problems, it's always good to upgrade to the latest stable version that's out. So, this tutorial will explain to you how to get it installed.

Uninstalling the beta

First of all, if you've got the beta currently installed, it ...

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