Ubuntu Demo

If that doesn’t convince you what does? 😀 Ubuntu Linux is really hell of mighty Operating System. Check out this nice Ubuntu Demo here:

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Ubuntu Privacy Remix

ubuntu_upr

Recommended by Commander Sir James Bond 😀 Great stuff!

This is truly the right Linux distro for secret agents.

“Ubuntu Privacy Remix is a modified Live-CD based on Ubuntu Linux. UPR is not intended for permanent installation on hard disk. The goal of Ubuntu Privacy Remix is to provide an isolated, working environment where private data can be dealt with safely. The system installed on the computer running UPR remains untouched.
The risk of theft of such private data arises not only from “conventional” criminals, trojans. rootkits, keyloggers etc. In many countries, measures are taken or being prepared aiming at spying and monitoring its citizens. Ubuntu Privacy Remix is a tool to protect your data against unsolicited access.”

Download: http://www.privacy-cd.org/

Lucky Piotr … but needs an OS. What about Ubuntu Ultimate?

I’m a lucky guy. I got two desktop machines recently for free:

1. A Mac G4 without a hard drive & and a power supply that doesn’t turn on sometimes.

2. A P4 3Ghz, 2GB, GF 7950 & two DVD burners and a broken power supply.

The Mac got a very old HD that I had somewhere but the problem is that this disk is so old that it tries to shut down after 5 mins. Heh… I bought now a new UDMA hard disk but I didn’t have time to build it in yet.

The P4 got a power supply that stopped to work in my Athlon 2600+ … in the P4 it seems to work. I hope it won’t brake again. I bought also a SATA hard disk for it.

So luckily I got OS X (I think the fist version) for the Mac but for the PC I’m now thinking abou the Operating System. XP or Vista? or… yea… Linux? But one that works for games. I was quite suprprised that there are many distros for games like the one of http://www.linux-gamers.net and Ubuntu Ultimate Gamers Edition http://ubuntusoftware.info/

Probably I will install XP (although I have only once license but XPAntiSpy should prevent it from “phone home”) and Ubuntu.

Here is some info on Ubuntu: