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280 posts from 2019

CVE patching alone is not making your Linux secure

By Lech Sandecki, 10 December 2019

Would you like to enhance your Linux security? Do you wonder what factors should be considered when evaluating your open source security from both – the...

Canonical sponsors WSLConf at Microsoft HQ

By haydenb, 9 December 2019

Canonical is announcing today it will be a featured sponsor of WSLConf, the first conference dedicated to the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) platform....

Updated images of Ubuntu for the Raspberry Pi 2, 3 and 4

By Galem KAYO, 9 December 2019

Updated 32-bit and 64-bit images of Ubuntu for the Raspberry Pi family of devices have just been released. Innovators around the world can now download 32-bit...

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS feature planning and priority survey

By Rhys Davies, 9 December 2019

This 10-15 minute survey will shape Canonical’s work on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and beyond. Tell us what’s important for you! We care equally about personal,...

Introducing the Ubuntu AWS Rolling Kernel

By Canonical, 6 December 2019

The linux-aws 4.15 based kernel, which is the default kernel in the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS AMIs, is moving to a rolling kernel model. Why is this changing? The...

The State of Robotics – November 2019

By Rhys Davies, 6 December 2019

November, for robotics, was a good month. We’re seeing new things develop, current projects finish and more cute animals in our future. So who can complain?...

Simplifying hardware management during Linux development

By nilayshrugged, 6 December 2019

Every few months we release a Snapcraft update, with improvements to both Linux development, and snap user experience. Last week, we released Snapcraft 3.9,...

Migrating the MAAS UI from AngularJS to React

By Kit Randel, 6 December 2019

MAAS (metal as a service), is a Canonical product which allows for very fast server provisioning and data centre management. Around 2014, work began to build...

Web application development with Juju charms: an interview with Marc André Audet from Absolunet

By Tim McNamara, 5 December 2019

“The best thing about Juju is that it is very flexible. It is easy to look for existing charms in the charm store and you adapt them to your needs.”

Snapcraft now auto-detects missing dependencies

By Igor Ljubuncic, 5 December 2019

When you build snaps, the process of composing a complete snapcraft.yaml file will usually revolve around three main activities: parts, build requirements and...

Canonical announces Ubuntu Pro for Amazon Web Services

By Canonical, 4 December 2019

New premium Ubuntu images with extended security, kernel live patching and more 4th December 2019 – Canonical today announced the availability of Ubuntu Pro...

What is Kata Containers and why should I care?

By Tytus Kurek, 3 December 2019

Kata Containers can significantly improve the security and isolation of your container workloads. It combines the benefits of using a hypervisor, such as...