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Get Free Ubuntu CD’s 08/24/2010

Posted by muyiscoi in Get Ubuntu !.
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Ubuntu Lucid

We all know about bandwidth is we have issues in this part of the world. This limits us most of the time from downloading the latest and greatest offerings from Ubuntu and Linux in general.
A nice guy over at www.artwales.biz has offered to mail copies of Ubuntu 10.04 DVD’s absolutely free to anyone within Nigeria. This will go a long way to help us get our Ubuntu “fix”.

If you are interested, head over to the post on his blog to find out more, including how to request for your copy.

Please, only request for one if you don’t already have.


Get Ubuntu ! 09/05/2007

Posted by ubuntunigeria in Get Ubuntu !.
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There are three ways that you can obtain an Ubuntu CD Whichever wayyou choose just remember that Ubuntu is free of charge and will not cost you a kobo.


You can Download the latest version of Ubuntu directly online here Just choose the CD appropriate for your hardware and download.


If you have a very slow or no Internet connectivity at all then you can always request for a free Hardy Heron CD directly from Ubuntu and it would be delivered right at your Door step Free of even postage…and believe me it works..although it may take some time like between 6-10 weeks but you would get it in the end.mine was delivered to my house by TNT a premium currier in Nigeria. You can make a request for an Ubuntu CD here

3.Through Your Ubuntu loco Member.

The Ubuntu loco team is a group of Ubuntu users that are ready to guide and support new users by helping them with installations and support.Currently in Nigeria we are have a presence in Lagos,Ibadan and Abuja but we are still open to members from every corner of Nigeria.If you are in any of the aforementioned cities and need to obtain an Ubuntu CD please you can call any of this numbers

Lagos – Haynet  08026783900

Abuja -Bigbrovar  08022982697,

Ibadan -Afolabi 08025426934

Ogun State-Esquire 0802882963 07025475966

Enugu  Namdi 0806346257 (currently in lagos)