These tutorials provide a step-by-step process to doing development and dev-ops activities on Ubuntu machines, servers or devices.
Ubuntu Core can be booted into normal, recovery and reinstall modes. This tutorial will show you how to make use of this feature for debugging production issues and reverting a system to “factory” defaults.
A complete guide to installing Ubuntu Desktop on a Raspberry Pi 4 (4GB or 8GB).
In this tutorial, you will learn how to flash Ubuntu Server on a microSD card for Raspberry pi 2, 3 and 4
In this codelab, we are going to setup Ubuntu Core on your Intel Joule. We’ll flash the sd card with an Ubuntu Core image and then configure it.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to install Ubuntu on the RISC-V HiFive boards
Take control of the GPIO pins of your Raspberry Pi. This tutorial will show you ho to get started with the LGPIO library, including examples using basic GPIO control, I²C, PWM, and SPI.
Learn how to enable Full Disk Encryption (FDE) and Secure Boot on Ubuntu Core for devices with Trusted Platform Module (TPM) support.
How to install Adguard Home on a Raspberry Pi 2, 3 or 4, using an Ubuntu Appliance for automated updates.
A guide to install the Nextcloud Ubuntu Appliance on an Intel NUC, getting set up and being fully productive with Nextcloud and Collabora Online.
A complete guide to installing the latest version of Ubuntu Core on your Raspberry Pi 4, 3 or 2.
How to deploy a multi-node Kubernetes cluster on your Raspberry Pi 4, 3 or 2. At the end of this tutorial, you will have a production-grade K8s cluster, easy to scale, running on top of MicroK8s.
A complete guide to installing Ubuntu Server on your Raspberry Pi 4, 3 or 2 in a couple of minutes. In a headless setup or with a screen and with a Wi-Fi or ethernet connection.
Learn how to install the Arduino IDE in order to write code for Arduino boards.
We are going to illustrate how to build some Intel RealSense SDK samples on an ubuntu desktop. You will be able to hook up on your Intel Joule and build the samples, explore some of the code and try them!
How to create a bootable microSD card to run Ubuntu on your Raspberry Pi