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OMG!Ubuntu! Comments

An awesome blog, love the updates and such. Not to mention, ...

Comment by thelivingded
about OMG!Ubuntu! Jun 2011

An awesome blog, love the updates and such. Not to mention, a great distribution. I use it on my work laptop, though I use Archlinux at home.