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Japanese: うぶんちゅ!


Type: Manga
Volumes: 1
Chapters: 12
Status: Finished
Published: May 14, 2008 to Jun 11, 2012
Genre: Comedy Comedy
Themes: Gag Humor Gag Humor, Otaku Culture Otaku Culture, School School
Serialization: None
Authors: Seo, Hiroshi (Story & Art)


Score: 6.831 (scored by 380380 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #97242
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #11843
Members: 1,010
Favorites: 18

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Based on the Linux operating system variant Ubuntu, this "slapstick school comedy," three high school students—the fervent UNIX user and club president Akane Kisaragi, the hardcore gal-game otaku vice-president Masato Midou, and the doujinshi-drawing Mac fan Risa Shiina—are learning how to use Ubuntu in their systems adminstration club.

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Jun 20, 2020
hasecilu (All reviews)
If you are a Linux user, this is a must-read manga, it is one of those Ubuntu pop culture appearances that reaffirm your identity as a Linux user.
It is good to see that there are projects that seek to promote the open source community.

The characters are enjoyable and the story represented real life cases in funny ways, sometimes you will feel familiarized.

The ideas are more important than the visuals, anyway the sequence of pictures is fully readable.

If you are not related with the FOSS (Free Open Source Software) community and specially Ubuntu give it a try and you will learns a lot of things.
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Apr 11, 2010
x_fausto (All reviews)
Where may I start? Ubunchu is a manga who was made to get the anime and manga fandom closer to the operating system Ubuntu (Linux). Therefore, the plot turns around topics like Linux, licenses and community.

This may sound boring, but in fact it's not. The comical perspective makes it easier to explain, for example, about licenses.

Art (7)
Visually is a bit dry, the characters' design is what we may expect in these type of stories developing in a school. What makes it special is that it's an Indie non-profit work.

Plot (7)
The plot revolves around a club of ITs, therefore is expected to deal with things read more


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