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Firefox 40 Arrives in All Supported Ubuntu OSes in Record Time

Canonical has just announced that Firefox 40.0 is now available in the official repositories for Ubuntu 15.04. Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, ...
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Second Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 Stable Version Now Ready for Raspberry Pi 2

A new Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 has been announced for Raspberry Pi 2, and users have been advised to re-flash ...
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Plex Media Server 0.9.12.8 Now Has Proper Update for Ubuntu

Plex Media Server, a piece of software that allows users to play movies and TV shows on the computer and ...
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True Life: I’m An Open Source Rookie

Thousands of open source projects are initiated each year. Some skyrocket to superstardom, some slowly inspire a supportive community, and ...
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Ubuntu Want To Make It Easier For You To Install The Latest Nvidia Linux Driver

Installing the latest upstream NVIDIA graphics driver on Ubuntu could be about to get much easier. Ubuntu developers are considering ...
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Canonical Has Open-Sourced Ubuntu One

Today, we’re happy to be open sourcing the biggest piece of our Ubuntu One file syncing service. The code were ...
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Linux Mint 17.2 offers desktop familiarity and responds to user wants

These days, the desktop OSes grabbing headlines have, for the most part, left the traditional desktop behind in favor of ...
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One Ubuntu PC maker is kicking Adobe Flash off its Linux systems

System76, a Denver-based vendor of Ubuntu Linux laptops and desktops, has stopped pre-loading Flash on its machines. The company is ...
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Kubuntu’s Jonathan Riddell Says Ubuntu Policy Is Still Lacking

Kubuntu's Jonathan Riddell talked about the recent changes to the licensing procedures on the Ubuntu project, and he said that ...
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What the Ubuntu IP Announcement means

The announcement by the FSF and Software Freedom Conservancy has a lot of jargon in it so to help people ...
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Canonical and Free Software Foundation come to open-source licensing terms

For years, Canonical and Ubuntu have been accused of playing fast and loose with Linux-related licenses. Now, Canonical and the ...
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Microsoft adds limited support for Linux on Azure cloud

Microsoft has done the previously unthinkable and said it will now provide “limited support for major Linux distributions, third-party and ...
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