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    1. Official Ubuntu Home Page
    2. Official Ubuntu Forums
    3. Official Ubuntu Guide
    4. Wubuntu – Ubuntu Web Edition
    5. Windows to Ubuntu Transition Guide
    6. 10 Advantages of Ubuntu over Vista
    7. 30 Days with Ubuntu Linux
    8. 60 Days With Ubuntu
    9. Installing Ubuntu Linux!
    10. FREE Linux Books online
    11. The Ultimate Linux Reference Guide for Newbies
    12. Top 10 Linux commands for Absolute Newbies
    13. The Ultimate Linux Network Reference Guide for Newbies
    14. Install and run Ubuntu without disturbing Windows
    15. Basics to Linux Explained
    16. Windows Desktop Software and The Linux Alternatives
    17. The best reason yet to use Ubuntu
    18. How to install Anything in Ubuntu!
    19. How to Build Triple Boot (XP, Vista, Ubuntu) with single Boot Screen
    20. Windows Based Ubuntu Installer – Screenshots and demo
    21. Instlux: Install Linux while still in Windows!
    22. Ubuntu Linux Vs. Windows Vista: The Battle For Your Desktop — Ubuntu Linux
    23. Ten tips for new Ubuntu users
    24. 13 Must Do things on new Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn installation
    25. Hack Attack: Top 10 Ubuntu apps and tweaks
    26. How To Set Up A Ubuntu/Debian LAMP Server
    27. The Perfect Desktop – Ubuntu 7.04 Feisty Fawn
    28. The Perfect Desktop – Ubuntu Studio 7.04
    29. The Perfect Setup – Ubuntu Feisty Fawn (Ubuntu 7.04)
    30. How To Install Internet Explorer On Ubuntu
    31. Change the menu bar and main menu logos in Ubuntu
    32. How To Compile A Kernel – The Ubuntu Way
    33. How to Configure an $80 File Server in 45 Minutes
    34. Installing Popular Applications On Your Ubuntu Desktop With Automatix2
    35. Bandwidth Monitoring Tools for Ubuntu Users
    36. Running Internet Explorer in Ubuntu Linux
    37. How To Use NTFS Drives/Partitions Under Ubuntu
    38. Installing The Native Linux Flash Player 9 On Ubuntu
    39. Mount a Remote Folder using SSH on Ubuntu
    40. Clone Your Ubuntu installation
    41. Speed Up Firefox web browser
    42. Install Popular Applications in Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Using Automatix2
    43. How to Install Java Runtime Environment (JRE) in Ubuntu
    44. How to Install Beryl with latest nvidia drivers in Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
    45. How To Install VMware Server On Ubuntu 7.04
    46. DNS server Setup using bind in Ubuntu
    47. NFS Server and Client Configuration in Ubuntu
    48. Dual Monitors with NVidia in Ubuntu
    49. Howto Set Flickr images as Ubuntu desktop wallpaper
    50. Sharing Internet Connection in Ubuntu
    51. 10 must have programs for a new Ubuntu user
    52. 10 minutes to run every Windows app on your Ubuntu desktop
    53. How-To: Ubuntu Media Server
    54. How-to: Cheap Ubuntu Media Server Part 2
    55. HOWTO Encrypt CD/DVDs in Ubuntu
    56. How-to: Installing Ubuntu Linux on a usb pendrive
    57. Install KDE Desktop in Ubuntu
    58. Set Windows as Default OS when Dual Booting Ubuntu
    59. Official Ubuntu Linux Desktop Guide
    60. 100+ Ubuntu Tutorials and Growing Fast!
    61. Ubuntu and wireless – now better than Windows!
    62. LifeHacker Top 10 Ubuntu applications
    63. Running OSX and Windows XP/Vista on Ubuntu
    64. Awesome Ubuntu Apps you might not know about
    65. Completely mod Ubuntu to look like OS X
    66. Cracking WEP with Ubuntu
    67. 6 Best Ubuntu Tweaks out there
    68. 100 Useful Ubuntu Links – Everything you could ever need!
    69. Ultimate Ubuntu performance tweaking guide
    70. Transform Your Ubuntu’s Look
    71. Ubuntu tricks – how to mount your WinXP partition, make it read/writabable
    72. HOWTO: Ubuntu Customization Guide Part I
    73. Cleaning up a Ubuntu GNU/Linux system
    74. Super Fast Internet for Ubuntu
    75. Speed up the Internet in Ubuntu
    76. How-to: Theming your Ubuntu desktop
    77. 11 Things You Haven’t Seen Yet in Ubuntu Feisty Fawn
    78. 300+ Easily Installed Free Fonts for Ubuntu
    79. Ubuntu Performance Guides
    80. Ubuntu Tutorials
    81. 10 most popular Ubuntu sites on the net
    82. Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Performance Guide
    83. Set-up a Ubuntu webcam security system
    84. Instructions to install NTFS-3G in Ubuntu Dapper
    85. How to achieve native NTFS write support under Linux
    86. Hacking Ubuntu to Improve Performance
    87. Ubuntu and Your iPod…
    88. How to Access Your Ubuntu Remotely
    89. How to make OpenOffice run faster in Ubuntu
    90. Dual Monitors HOWTO
    91. DvdShrink For Linux – How To Install On Ubuntu
    92. 13 Applications to Install on Ubuntu/Linux running on Slow Computer
    93. How to Setup Your ubuntu Computer to be a Router
    94. Improve performance in Ubuntu
    95. How to gracefully reboot your Ubuntu/Debian system if all else fails
    96. Good Ubuntu Networking Tutorial for Beginners and advanced users
    97. Top 10 Ubuntu Tips
    98. Scheduling for Absolute Beginners
    99. Building a Linux home media center
    100. Ubuntu Customization Kit
    101. Remote Desktop for Linux

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    The following instructions are for someone with a cable (broadband) internet connection, where the computer gets it’s local IP address using DHCP from the router in your house/office:

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