Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 741

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 741 for the week of June 19 – 25, 2022. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: First Kinetic Kudu test rebuild Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events Call for testing: ubuntu-frame version 69-mir2.8.0 Current status of LightDM Other Community …

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What’s new in Security for Ubuntu 22.04 LTS?

Photo by Gabriel Heinzer on Unsplash Canonical Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is the latest long term support release of Ubuntu, one of the world’s most popular Linux distributions. As a Long Term Support release, Ubuntu 22.04 LTS will be supported for 10 years, receiving both extended security updates and kernel livepatching via an Ubuntu Advantage subscription …

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How to install the Qt Design Studio tool on Linux

If you want to create QT-based applications without complications you will want to install the Qt Design Studio tool on Linux. Qt Design Studio is a user interface design and development tool that allows designers and developers to quickly create prototypes and develop complex interfaces. Qt Design Studio offers an ideal workflow for prototyping and …

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The new classic confinement in snaps – Even the classics need a change

As part of their fundamental, security-driven design, snaps are meant to run isolated from the underlying system. In most cases, the idea works well, and granular access to system resources using the mechanism of interfaces allows snap developers to ship their applications packaged with strict confinement. However, there are some scenarios where even the liberal …

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Weave Cybersecurity into your product design

How important security is for your application and digital services? “Very important”, this is the answer we get the most often from Product Managers and Executives. Nobody wants the malware to take advantage of the vulnerabilities of their applications. However, any access point to the internet can be an entry point for hackers. Considering the …

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The software operator design pattern: advantages – part 4

The software operator is a design pattern. Its design is based on successful applications where this approach was found useful. In other words, it’s a proven approach that can be recommended to others. But like all approaches, it’s important to understand their advantages disadvantages. Software developers need to understand when the application of this pattern …

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Software comparison Ubuntu server 22.04 LTS vs CentOS Stream 9 head-to-head

The following article compares two different and very popular for servers Linux distros with Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS (Jammy) and CentOS Stream 9. These are the latest versions released in the past month. Bear in mind, that they have different release cycle, but the these are the system with log support up to 2032! The …

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Software comparison Ubuntu server 22.04 LTS vs Fedora 36 server edition – head-to-head

The following article compares two different Linux distros with Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS (Jammy) and Fedora 36 Server Edition. These are the latest versions released in the past month. Bear in mind, that they have a really different release cycle Ubuntu Server 22.04 LTS (Jammy) support will end after 10 years and Fedora 36 support …

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How to kill a process in Linux – guide for beginners

Updated on 6/6/2022 – In some situations, processes in Linux can prevent users from starting tasks or installing applications for instance when an apt command is invoked , an error similar to ’could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend’ might occur. This might be due to the fact that the apt command is being used by another …

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Debugging of ISPConfig 3 server actions in case of a failure

The following article describes the steps that need to be taken to debug ISPConfig 3 server scripts. This procedure applies to all ISPConfig 3 versions incl. ISPConfig 3.1 and ISPConfig 3.2. Enable the debug Loglevel in ISPConfig Login to the ISPConfig interface and set the log level to Debug under System > System > Server …

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