ubuntu'd is a special case of borked, often synonymous when referring to computers or software systems.
Something ubuntu'd is likely to attract the less-informed and gullible user, leading them towards frustration, failure, and asking annoying incredulous questions of anyone who will listen - mostly likely colleagues who restrained themselves to a polite eyebrow-raise in response to said user's announcing their decision to switch.
These users are known as ubuntards, and in some cases their conditions worsen to the point where they are Ubuntu evangelists or ubuntites.
"That bike you found on Craigslist looks ubuntu'd, I wouldn't buy it."
"I left for a week and came back to find the web server ubuntu'd."