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The first Ubuntu tablet will be launching in March

Canonical has released a few budget phones running Ubuntu Linux recently, but a tablet has been rumored to be on the schedule as well. With the announcement of Canonical’s Aquaris M10 Ubuntu tablet, […]

How do I mute my Ubuntu Linux system?

Love running Ubuntu Linux on my old PC laptop, but it's too darn noisy. How do I mute the startup audio, system beeps, etc? The post How do I mute my Ubuntu Linux system? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Here comes the first Ubuntu Linux tablet

At the same time, Canonical is finally delivering on its promise to deliver one codebase for all devices. The upshot is you'll be able to use the first Ubuntu tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition tablet, as a PC as well as a table...

How to Manage Your Ubuntu HDD with Disk Utility

When using Linux, there are times when you may need to manage hard drives, removable media such as USB drives and SD cards, and more. This is especially true if you plan on dual-booting with Windows or a second Linux installation. Therefore, it’s important to know how you can manage your drives and the partitions that are on them. Show More Summary

?Microsoft buys into Ubuntu Linux on Azure hybrid cloud

It took longer than expected but Microsoft's first technical preview of its Azure Stack hybrid-cloud with Ubuntu Linux is almost ready for release.

Ubuntu Linux tablet will turn into a makeshift desktop

Want to use your mobile device as a desktop, but would rather not go the Windows route? BQ might have just what you're looking for. The Spanish device maker is teasing the launch of an Ubuntu-based tablet that touts Convergence, a feature that turns your mobile Ubuntu gear into makeshift PCs. Show More Summary

Hackaday at SCaLE 14x

Next weekend we’ll be at the fourteenth annual Southern California Linux Expo, a fantastic four-day event that covers everything from Apache to PHP, installing Ubuntu on old laptops, people who have their control key just to the right...Show More Summary

How to try Ubuntu Linux without risking your Mac

Have you ever wanted to try out a different operating system on your Mac? Ever since Apple started using Intel chips in their computers, it’s been super simple to run Windows and even popular Linux distributions via Boot Camp, virtual environments like Parallels and VMWare Fusion, and the like. Show More Summary

How to Make Python Barcode Extension on Linux

Probably you have read the article – Wrapping C/C++ Methods of Dynamsoft Barcode SDK for Python, which illustrates how to make Python extension on Windows. In this post, I’ll share how to make Python barcode extension on Ubuntu with Dynamsoft Barcode SDK for Linux. Getting Started Three Steps to Bui

Ian "Debian" Murdock dies after threatening suicide

last monthHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Ian Murdock is half of the founding team of Debian, a popular and foundational flavor of GNU/Linux from which Ubuntu and Mint are descended. Earlier this week, he posted a series of bizarre, racist tweets in which he threatened to commit suicide to call attention to the police brutality he was experiencing. Show More Summary

11 Must-Have Apps on Ubuntu Right After a Fresh Install

Here’s the situation: it’s your first time using Ubuntu, you’ve gone through as many newbie Linux tricks as you could find, but you’re still wondering what kind of software is out there for you to install. Maybe you’re even starting to feel a bit overwhelmed. Show More Summary

Debugging Hadoop HDFS NameNode using IntelliJ IDEA on Linux - Part 2

This article helps to setup debug environment for hadoop framework on Linux Ubuntu using IntelliJ IDEA

Google will retire Chrome support for 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise, and Debian 7 in March 2016

Google today announced it is ending Chrome support for 32-bit Linux, Ubuntu Precise (12.04), and Debian 7 (wheezy) in early March 2016. The company didn’t elaborate a reason aside from saying the move would help “to provide the best experience for the most-used Linux versions.” This means Google will provide regular Chrome updates and security […]

Are there Games for Ubuntu Linux?

Running Ubuntu Linux on an old laptop and want to know if there are any games I can get for this system, ideally free downloadable games? The post Are there Games for Ubuntu Linux? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Ubuntu Running Slow? 5 Tips to Speed Up Your Linux PC

If you’re using Ubuntu, your computer is probably running at a pretty good speed, allowing you to do what you need to without having to wait around. However, there are some circumstances when it’s still not fast enough, or you’d like to squeeze out as much performance as possible. Show More Summary

Change Desktop Wallpaper in Ubuntu Linux?

Now that I'm running Ubuntu Linux, I'd like to change the desktop wallpaper photo. What's the fast way to pick a new picture? The post Change Desktop Wallpaper in Ubuntu Linux? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Update Programs and Apps on Ubuntu Linux?

I'm running Ubuntu 15.0 Linux on my home file server and so far it's going great, but I can't figure out how to force an app update. What's the easiest way to update the programs on my Ubuntu box? The post Update Programs and Apps on Ubuntu Linux? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

SteamOS, Ubuntu, or Windows 10: Which is fastest for gaming?

Can Linux keep up with Windows 10 in modern gaming -- and does SteamOS improve the situation?

DJI Teams Up With Canonical To Launch Embedded Computer For Drones

3 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : CrunchGear

Drone manufacturer DJI and Canonical, the corporate entity behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, today announced the launch of Manifold, a small embedded computer that’s optimized for building applications for drones. Read More

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