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Showing posts with label Ubuntu. Show all posts

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February 16, 2018

Ubuntu Borrows From Microsoft Playbook

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Ubuntu has announced it will start collecting system and application data on it's users. You can opt-out of the data collection, but this is the disturbing first step to more aggressive data collection.

Ubuntu Wants To Spy On Your System

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Chris Were — the man behind Quids Up, talks about Canonical's desire to collect our data.

February 15, 2018

Ubuntu Wants To Collect Data About Your System

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Dave — the creator of Linux & Other Stuff, talks about Ubuntu's desire to collect data about our system.

February 13, 2018

February 6, 2018

This Is Why Akzel Likes Ubuntu

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Akzel — an American vlogger who enjoys using Linux, tells us the reason why he likes Ubuntu.

January 28, 2018

I Have No Hate For Ubuntu

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Ubuntu has been bashed over the years; some people like it, while others hate it with a huge passion.

November 16, 2017

First Look At The Bionic Beaver Family!

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In this video Leonard Dozois — the man behind Don't Call Me Lenny! takes a First Look at the new Alpha Release of the Bionic Beaver Ubuntu Desktops.

November 2, 2017

Ubuntu Unity Forever!

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Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, talks about the Unity desktop environment on Ubuntu.

October 30, 2017

To LTS Or Not To LTS

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LTS (Long term support) as described by the Ubuntu Wiki,"LTS is an abbreviation for 'Long Term Support'. We produce a new Ubuntu Desktop and Ubuntu Server release every six months. That means you'll always have the latest and greatest applications that the open source world has to offer. Ubuntu is designed with security in mind. You get free security updates for at least 9 months on the desktop and server. A new LTS version is released every two years. In previous releases, a Long Term Support (LTS) version had three years support on Ubuntu (Desktop) and five years on Ubuntu Server. Starting with Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, both versions received five years support. There is no extra fee for the LTS version; we make our very best work available to everyone on the same free terms. Upgrades to new versions of Ubuntu are and always will be free of charge."

October 22, 2017

Week Of Linux & Security News 22 October 2017

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Tux; the Linux Mascot
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Chris Were — the creator of Quids Up, informs us of this week's Linux and security news.

September 24, 2017

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September 9, 2017

How To Migrate From Swap Partition To Swap File In Ubuntu

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Joe Collins — a technology enthusiast and a huge supporter of Linux, shares with us: How To Migrate From Swap Partition To Swap File In Ubuntu.

September 3, 2017

Installing Ubuntu On The GPD Pocket Laptop

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Naomi "Sexy Cyborg" Wu — a technology enthusiast from Shenzhen, China, shows us how to go about installing Ubuntu on the GPD Pocket Laptop.

May 16, 2017

Top 10 Best Free Linux Software Apps 2017

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Chris Navarre — the man behind Chris' Tutorials, shares with us his top ten best free Linux software for the year 2017.

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