Ubuntu Linux Remix For Intel Atom Processor

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Intel Atom processor used by ultra-mobile PCs, smart phone, other portable and low-power applications. Ubuntu announced Ubuntu Linux Remix, the new operating system will be targeted to OEM vendors that are building their own netbooks for sale to end users. From the press release:

Canonical, the commercial sponsor of Ubuntu, today announced that it will be demonstrating a reworked desktop image of Ubuntu built specifically for a new category of portable Internet-centric devices – netbooks. These affordable, power-efficient, small screen devices, based on the ground breaking low-power micro-architecture of the Intel Atom processor, and Ubuntu allow consumers to enjoy email, instant messaging, Internet surfing and on-line access to photos, videos or music with an affordable, reliable device.

=> Canonical Showcases Ubuntu Netbook Remix at Computex

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  1. Am disappointed that Ubuntu Linux Remix is not available to individuals to use.
    Purchased a netbook with Intel Atom processor and wrongly assumed that Ubuntu Linux Remix would be available to individuals and not just to commercial companies. How disappointing. Ubuntu is changing to favor the commercial vendor.

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