Ubuntu 23.04, codenamed the “Lunar Lobster” is here, and along with it comes Linux kernel 6.2 and GNOME 44. While it’s certainly nice to be able to check out the latest GNOME desktop, this release instead ends up being a good example of why non-LTS Ubuntu releases should generally be avoided.
Did you know that Ubuntu users have access to a repository containing alternative Linux kernels? With Ubuntu’s “Mainline” kernels (and matching app) you can easily start hopping kernels almost as often as you hop distros.
The Linux Crash Course is a series of tutorials that will teach you a fundamental Linux-related concept in each episode. This time around, the spotlight is on logging. In this video, you’ll see some examples of log files that exist in Fedora as well as Ubuntu.
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Ubuntu 22.10 is here, and with it comes the full GNOME 43 experience. In this video, the October 2022 release of Ubuntu is reviewed, which will include some of the new features, and final thoughts as well.
Firefox is the default browser on most desktop distributions of Linux, but sometimes we may not get updates from our maintainer as fast as we’d like. In other cases, we may not like how our distro packages Firefox. In this video, Jay will show you a method of implementing a custom Firefox installation that will be 100% under your control, and you’ll get updates directly from Mozilla!
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Ubuntu Server 22.04 is the latest Long-Term Support (LTS) release of the popular Linux distribution, and powers countless servers worldwide. In this video, you’ll be walked through the process of using the live installer to deploy Ubuntu Server.
SCaLE 19x was so much fun! In the second video in a series that will cover this year’s event, I’ll play back conversations I’ve had with three really awesome people: Monica Ayhens-Madon (Community Representative at Canonical), Tim Wilkinson (Technologist and Contributor for AREDN), and Adam Balla (Content Producer for System76). These individuals are very passionate about their projects, and the conversations we had were a lot of fun. Check it out! (And there’s definitely more to come).
Ubuntu MATE is a distribution of Linux that shares its foundation with Ubuntu itself, but defaults to the MATE desktop environment instead of GNOME. I decided to check out the latest release (22.04 LTS) on my Thinkpad X1 Carbon, but unfortunately things didn’t quite go according to plan…