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95 posts

A declarative approach to Linux networking with Netplan

By Lukas Märdian, 18 July 2023

Learn how Netplan simplifies Linux networking by providing a common interface across a range of technology stacks to enable easier administration.

Create stop motion animation with Dragonframe on Ubuntu

By Rajan Patel, 1 March 2023

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio was animated using Dragonframe, opening the door for incredible stop motion visual effects. Anyone inspired by the techniques...

3 ways to apply security patches in Linux

By Rajan Patel, 9 February 2023

There are 3 approaches to applying security patches in Linux: manual patching, via package managers, and automatic updates. If you need security patching that...

Manage Debian, Ubuntu, and derivative Linux distributions with Landscape Scripts

By Rajan Patel, 21 December 2022

The fastest path towards Linux server management at scale is to leverage technology system administrators know. It is now possible to manage your Debian...

Planning phased Ubuntu 22.04 Enterprise Desktop upgrades with Landscape

By Rajan Patel, 8 February 2022

Comply with release management and change management policies by controlling enterprise Ubuntu Desktop upgrades with Landscape

Ubuntu 21.10: Release the party

By Rhys Davies, 9 September 2021

There ain’t no party like an Ubuntu release party. You might think that you are a party animal, but have you seen an Impish Indri? Some time ago, it was...

The new Ubuntu membership process

By Rhys Davies, 2 September 2021

Applying for Ubuntu membership just became a  lot easier. After a long discussion on Discourse, we’ve made the necessary changes to lower the technical...

Ubuntu 21.10 Wallpaper Competition

By Rhys Davies, 24 June 2021

We are incredibly proud to announce the beginning of the Impish Indri wallpaper competition! (That’s the code name for Ubuntu 21.10) You can submit your...

Ubuntu 21.04 is here

By Canonical, 22 April 2021

Ubuntu 21.04 is here, with native Microsoft Active Directory integration, performance optimization and joint support for Microsoft SQL Server on Ubuntu.

Dell brings new Intel 11th gen Core processors to the XPS 13 Developer Edition

By nilayshrugged, 1 October 2020

This week, Dell announced the availability of its XPS 13 Developer Edition, preloaded with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, has been updated with Intel’s® new 11th...

Julia and Jeff discover the ease of snaps at the Snapcraft Summit

By Sarah Dickinson, 12 August 2019

Julia is an open source, high-level, general-purpose, dynamic programming language designed for numerical analysis and computational science, launched in...

Manjaro, snaps and the spirit of collaboration

By Sarah Dickinson, 29 July 2019

Linux distributions are all about freedom of choice for the end-user. However, there is a natural element of competition too. So, why did Philip Müller, one...

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