Day: October 19, 2021

Canonical participará en Cloud Expo Europe Madrid 2021

La feria, que ha cosechado un gran éxito en Londres, París, Frankfurt y Singapur, inaugurará su primera edición en Madrid para expertos y ejecutivos C-level. Canonical participará en el evento como «Silver Sponsor» y presentará estrategias y tendencias para las empresas líderes en la industria en el entorno de DevOps. Regístrese para asistir al encuentro …

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Common Sense – using the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT on Ubuntu Impish Indri

Dave Jones from the Canonical Raspberry Pi team has put together a helpful guide for those getting started with the Raspberry Pi Sense HAT on Ubuntu Impish Indri. We’ve reproduced an edited version below, or you can read the full post on his blog along with other great Raspberry Pi tips! For more information on …

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What’s new in security for Ubuntu 21.10?

Photo by Gabriel Heinzer on Unsplash Ubuntu 21.10 is the latest release of Ubuntu and comes as the last interim release before the forthcoming 22.04 LTS release due in April 2022. As the interim releases are often proving grounds for upcoming features in the LTS releases, this provides a good opportunity to take stock of …

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How To Add Shortcuts on Ubuntu Desktop

The desktop is the first thing that greets the user when they login to their computer. It’s the reference point for all your navigation. Speaking of which, navigation can be made much easier through shortcuts. Most users prefer to put shortcuts to various applications on the desktop to launch applications quickly. This way, they don’t …

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How to Install Counter-Strike on Ubuntu

Linux distributions have been gaining massive popularity over the years, becoming more and more suited for daily tasks. Improvements in design and GUI and embedded compatibility with a wide variety of apps have made Linux suitable for casual users. Aside from daily work-related tasks, Linux distributions are now optimized for gaming, offering support for many …

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