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Desktop archives

7 posts from September 2020

Stepping Down Gracefully

By Alan Pope, 25 September 2020

The Snap Store has been designed to enable upstream developers and enthusiastic community contributors to publish snaps. As with most Linux packaging...

Lenovo expand enterprise desktop range preinstalled with Ubuntu

By nilayshrugged, 23 September 2020

Today, Lenovo announced the expansion of its Linux program to include selected ThinkPad and ThinkStation PCs preinstalled with Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS....

The Expandables – snapcraft extensions and the secret code

By Igor Ljubuncic, 18 September 2020

If you’re a snap developer, you know that snap development is terribly easy. Or rather complex and difficult. Depending on your application code and...

Security corner: snap interface & snap connections

By Igor Ljubuncic, 15 September 2020

One of the defining features of snaps is their strong security. Snaps are designed to run isolated from the underlying system, with granular control and...

Snap! Collaborate and listen!

By Alan Pope, 10 September 2020

You’d think we would be running out of terrible/great (delete as applicable) 80s songs to try and shoehorn into the titles of these blog posts. Turns out, not...

WSLConf returns this week with worldwide sessions

By haydenb, 8 September 2020

WSLConf returns this week, on September 9th and/or 10th, depending on where you are in the world. WSLConf is the community conference for Windows Subsystem...

HP Z series on Ubuntu – AI development on enterprise workstations, now in your remote office

By Canonical, 2 September 2020

Today, HP announced the launch of its Z series of laptops and workstations certified with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, the latest additions to their popular professional...