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Canonical will support older Ubuntu LTS versions a few years longer

Canonical will support older Ubuntu LTS versions a few years longer

Administrators who were nervous about ageing Ubuntu machines can breathe easy, a few more years of support have been added. Canonical brings 16.04 and 14.04 LTS into the ten-year fold. Users still on 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) released in April 2014 now have up to April 2024 to make the move to a more... Read more

date1 year ago
Update for Ubuntu Core improves security for IoT devices

Update for Ubuntu Core improves security for IoT devices

Canonical has released a new version of Ubuntu Core. Version 20 of the operating system for IoT devices and embedded systems brings some security improvements. Canonical has outlined the details of its new operating system in its blog. The company calls it a "major release" that brings the opera... Read more

date2 years ago
Google Cloud adds support for Cloud Native Buildpacks

Google Cloud adds support for Cloud Native Buildpacks

Adoption of the open-source technology will speed up the creation of containerized applications. Last week Google announced that it will be adding support for Cloud Native Buildpacks several of its cloud platform services. Buildpacks were first conceived by Salesforce's Heroku subsidiary in 2... Read more

date2 years ago
Lenovo will release 30 ThinkPads and ThinkStations with Ubuntu Linux

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

date2 years ago
Ubuntu is willing to talk with Linux Mint about Snap

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

date2 years ago
Lenovo certifies workstations for RHEL and Ubuntu

Lenovo certifies workstations for RHEL and Ubuntu

Lenovo decided to certify all of its ThinkStation and ThinkPad P-series workstations for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and the business version of the Linux distribution, Ubuntu. Both versions of the operating system will be fully supported, according to the hardware and infrastructure provider. ... Read more

date2 years ago
Canonical’s Managed Apps streamlines cloud management in Ubuntu

Canonical’s Managed Apps streamlines cloud management in Ubuntu

Canonical launches the new Managed Apps service for customers. The parent company of Linux Ubuntu wants to simplify the management of cloud applications with this service. The new infrastructure should offer many benefits for both developers and end users. Via Managed Apps, Canonical will initia... Read more

date3 years ago
Canonical launches high performance Android services on the cloud

Canonical launches high performance Android services on the cloud

Canonical, the creators of Ubuntu Linux, are going to build an Android app platform on top of an Ubuntu-based cloud. That cloud will be called the Anbox cloud, and should make it possible to build more demanding Android apps. Among other things, high-end games for large smartphones should be del... Read more

date3 years ago
Canonical expands ZFS support for Ubuntu

Canonical expands ZFS support for Ubuntu

Canonical will expand its support for ZFS on Ubuntu in Ubuntu 19.10 by adding ZFS on-root as an installation option. The new support is based on the ZFS-on-Linux project, which in turn is based on code ported from OpenSolaris, Sun Microsystems' open-source operating system. ZFS on-root basically mea... Read more

date3 years ago
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