Month: March 2022

Open source security coverage and compliance with Ubuntu Pro on public clouds 1

Open source security coverage and compliance with Ubuntu Pro on public clouds

For businesses utilising public clouds, choosing an open source platform offers considerable advantages. Open source solutions can help reduce costs, provide access to the most leading-edge enterprise-grade features, and eliminate risks such as vendor lock-in, lack of support, or long-term security maintenance.  Just like any other applications, open source solutions must be kept up-to-date and …

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The Evolution of the Smart Home: Future Predictions [Part 3] 2

The Evolution of the Smart Home: Future Predictions [Part 3]

In blogs one and two of this series, we covered how far we’ve come from the earliest smart homes, including older technologies and standards, and smart-home ideas that covered the gamut from innovative to total head-scratchers. We also covered the smart home landscape today, and what developments are on the immediate horizon. Here, we’ll discuss …

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How to Install the ManageEngine OpManager on Linux 6

How to Install the ManageEngine OpManager on Linux

As a network administrator, one of your jobs is to monitor your network closely to ensure everything is working fine and to identify potential issues that can later affect operations. Monitoring also helps you to identify the root cause of the issues and eliminate them before they affect operations. There are several tools available for …

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How to Empty Trash in Ubuntu from Command Line 8

How to Empty Trash in Ubuntu from Command Line

When you delete a file in your system, it goes to Trash. Its purpose is to enable the users to restore the files that were deleted accidentally. However, when you empty the trash, all the files are deleted permanently. Emptying the trash on regular basis can help you to free up some disk space on …

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How to Copy and Paste in Ubuntu 12

How to Copy and Paste in Ubuntu

Copy-paste procedures are used in user-interface design and human-computer interaction to provide an inter process communication method for moving data across a system’s user interface. The “copy” command is used to duplicate data and place it in a temporary location. i.e., clipboard. The clipboard data is then put in the desired spot. Any program that …

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How to Change the Ubuntu Theme 13

How to Change the Ubuntu Theme

A theme is a pre-configured package of graphical looks and functionality features in computing. A theme is typically made up of a set of forms and colors for the graphical control components, window decoration, and windows. As Ubuntu also consists of a graphical user interface, it also has the option to change the themes primarily. …

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How to Install Oracle Java 16 JDK On Ubuntu 15

How to Install Oracle Java 16 JDK On Ubuntu

JDK is a development kit intended to develop and run Java-based applications on various operating systems and servers. Java is the widely used object-oriented and open-source programming language with platform indecency. To accomplish the purpose of developing and running Java programs, JDK is equipped with a variety of tools such as Java Runtime Environment, Java …

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Firmus Supercloud sets a new standard for sustainable cloud computing with Canonical’s open infrastructure

March 29th, 2022—Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, announces that Firmus, the Australian cloud infrastructure provider that is revolutionising data centre technology, has built its ultra-efficient and sustainable public cloud on Canonical’s Charmed OpenStack and Charmed Kubernetes. Data centres are responsible for a staggering 2% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and that number is rising. This …

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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 728

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 728 for the week of March 20 – 26, 2022. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Ubuntu Technical Board Call For Nominations Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events Jammy Jellyfish 22.04 Wallpaper Competition Winners! Cloud-init SRU 22.1-14 released into …

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The journey from mir-kiosk to Ubuntu Frame

We now deliver Ubuntu Frame, a display server for embedded devices that makes it easy for developers to deploy their graphics applications on Linux. Ubuntu Frame simplifies the development of embedded displays such as digital signage solutions, kiosks, IoT devices, robots, and more. In this blog, we will discuss the migration from mir-kiosk to Ubuntu …

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