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.
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…
Proxmox Virtual Environment is a powerful and easy to use virtualization platform with many features. Virtual machine templates help to minimize the amount of time spent building new instances, and in this video we’ll take a look at how you can utilize Ubuntu’s cloud images to automate the process of deploying new Linux instances.
The latest long-term supported Ubuntu release is here – Ubuntu 22.04 was released on April 21st. In this video, Jay will give you an in-depth look at this new release, including an overview of the new features, thoughts on the “snapped” version of Firefox, and also why Ubuntu’s GNOME implementation this time around can best be described as “FrankenGNOME”.
With the release of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS “Jammy Jellyfish”, we have an updated desktop experience with custom features, and long-term support for three years. In this video, we’ll take a look at the installation process. Nothing much has changed in the installer, but if you haven’t seen what the process looks like yet, then this video is for you.
Ubuntu 22.04 is the latest LTS release from Canonical, and is due for release very soon. In this episode, Jay and Tom discuss the new release, and some of the inconsistencies that will come with it.