Canonical to sue cloud provider over Ubuntu images “Just 1 Link” To Hack North Korea’s “Terrible” Linux Distro Ubuntu Touch OTA-14 Officially Released Tor Phone Is The “Super-secure Version Of Android”, Developed By Tor Project
Ubuntu 16.04.1 is out with improvements to software installation and low-graphics mode Ubuntu Touch OTA-12 Launches with Biometric Authentication for Meizu PRO 5 Linux Kernel 4.7 Officially Released, Introduces Support for Radeon RX480 GPUs
Linux Kernel 4.5 to Land Next Week As Linus Torvalds Announces the Last RC Build JasPer Vulnerabilities Fixed in Ubuntu Microsoft Opens Its Corporate Data Software to Linux Ray Tomlinson Inventor of email dies aged 74
Ubuntu MATE 16.04 Alpha 2 Released as the Biggest Update Ever Canonical reinvents the personal mobile computing experience Linux Kernel 2.6.32 LTS Reaches End of Life in February 2016
Snap-Happy Trojan Targets Linux Servers Kali Linux Rolling Release Debian 8.3 (Jessie) Officially Released Artificial intelligence luminary Marvin Minsky has died at 88 New Linux malware spotted Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 Is Officially Released
Episode 1! And, yes, I’ve removed the teletype sound that everyone hated. :) RSS feed also added to the side bar of the site. MJ Technology wants to crowdfund Ubuntu tablets with Atom x7 CPU
This holiday month Command & Conquer How-To : Python in the Real World, LibreOffice, Install Mint on Raid 0 and Using The TOP Command Graphics : Inkscape. Chrome Cult: Security Linux Labs: Building A 3D Printer Pt.
This month Command & Conquer How-To : Python in the Real World, LibreOffice, LaTeX and Practice Programming Graphics : Inkscape. Chrome Cult Linux Labs: 3D Printer Building Ubuntu Phones: OTA-8 Plus: Ubuntu Games, News, Arduino, Book Review, Q&A, Security, and soooo much more.
This month Command & Conquer How-To : Python in the Real World, MultiBoot with UEFI, Website With Infrastructure and Ubuntu Minimal Install Graphics : Inkscape. Chrome Cult Linux Labs: Wiping Hard Drives Ubuntu Phones: OTA-7 Ubuntu Games: Streaming Games Plus: News, Arduino, Book Review, Q&A, Security, and soooo much more.