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.
In the Linux community, there’s constant debate about which distribution is best for your desktop. However, there’s not as much discussion regarding Linux distros for your server. There are many good options for your Linux server project, and in this video Jay discusses his top 6 choices.
MAAS (Metal as a Service) gives you the ability to provision physical and virtual servers via an easy to use web console. You can use MAAS to deploy Ubuntu with ease, and it even supports PXE boot in order to provide you with a full deployment solution. In this video, you’ll get an overview of MAAS and how to set it up.
With Windows 11 having been recently released, I figured it would be fun to review it from a Linux-users point of view. In this video, I’ll give you my overall thoughts about Microsoft’s latest OS, and I’ll even show a Linux app running on it by the end.