LinuxTag 2009: Communtu Eases Ubuntu Installation

Communtu wants to give new installers and Windows converts an easier time with Ubuntu. They will present a webpage with a list of suggested programs to install as a metapackage, including multimedia and proprietary software, and then install it.

One of the first presentations in the morning of the first LinuxTag in Berlin was from Communtu out of Bremen. The project is based on the premise that there’s yet an easier way to install Ubuntu. Be it multimedia codecs or proprietary thingies from, say, Skype or Google Earth, at a certain point users might have to post-install packages without having them readily at hand.

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