Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is now available
Ubuntu's latest long term support version is available.
Software company Canonical manages all changes and additions to the operating system. The most recent version (22.04) has been published.
What's new in Ubuntu
Ubuntu regularly runs in public clouds. Hence, the release brings support f... Read more
Canonical releases Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) and focuses on developers
Canonical announced the release of a major update to the Ubuntu Linux operating system, with improvements that enhance security, support cloud-native app development, and boost artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) innovation.
The Ubuntu operating system is one of the popular it... Read more
Apple’s Silicon M1 Macs can now run Ubuntu Linux
Users of Apple Silicon Macs running the Apple M1 chip, like the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, Macbook Air, and Mac mini, will now be able to boot into and natively run Linux, for the first time. The Linux iteration available here is Ubuntu, with Corellium credited with developing the port.
It... Read more
CentOS Linux changes strategy, users are not happy with RedHat
CentOS's Linux parent company, RedHat, announced that it shifted focus from CentOS (the rebuild of RHEL (RedHat Enterprise Linux)) to CentOS Stream, which is tracking ahead of a current RHEL release. What that means is, CentOS will no longer be the stable point distribution but a rolling release di... Read more
Lenovo will release 30 ThinkPads and ThinkStations with Ubuntu Linux
Windows remains the top desktop option for most users. However, more popular computer OEMs are making Linux desktops available in a broader way than previous years. Lenovo, which stands out as the top PC vendor in the world right now, is rolling out Ubuntu Linux 20.04 LTS across 30 Lenovo ThinkPads... Read more
Ubuntu is willing to talk with Linux Mint about Snap
Ubuntu has finally explained their position regarding Chromium Snap. Canonical is welcome to open up a dialogue with Linux Mint and hammer out the issues they have been having with Snap.
The Linux Mint distributors are annoyed with how Canonical’s Snap is dealing with the Chromium web browser ... Read more