Ubuntu keeps generating buzz, and I don’t see enthusiasm subsiding any time soon. Seems to be the only distribution to capture “user” attention – beyond the enterprise.
First, a video covering MP3s On Ubuntu, the OGG Alternative – In this post, Matt shows you how to seriously migrate away from MP3 into using OGG Vorbis, while not leaving your favorite music at home when on the go.
Then, Ubuntu Gutsy With ExpressCard, Working Options – In a previous post, Matt showed Ubuntu users how to find and use wireless cards that are actually supported nativity in Linux – using PCMCIA as an option. This time with USB wifi devices, as wireless in the world of ExpressCard slots is not much fun with Linux.