Ubuntu Linux programmers have released a beta version that includes 3D desktop visual effects and an open-source version of Adobe Systems' Flash.
The latest version of Novell's free Linux product includes new graphics interface and virtualization options.
AMD's new ATI driver for Linux will speed performance, according to one tester, and the chipmaker plans to make an open-source move as well.
Does Ubuntu point the way to the real future for desktop Linux?
Your desktop-customizations are more limited with Gnome than with KDE or other Linux interfaces.
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Version 7.10, "Gutsy Gibbon," finally brings a flashy 3D interface to the desktop edition of Ubuntu. Meanwhile, Canonical is staffing up its server effort for 2008.
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