Month: May 2022

Advantech MIC-770 V2 Certified on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS to Ensure Reliable AIoT Applications

Advantech, a leading global provider of intelligent systems and industrial edge computers, is excited to announce that its MIC-770 V2 modular fanless edge IPC is certified on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. MIC-770-V2 is powered by a 10th generation Intel® Xeon®/Core™ i socket-type (LGA1200) processor with Intel® W480E chipset, offering excellent computing performance and flexible expandability using …

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How to install Googler on Ubuntu 22.04 & Linux Mint 20 3

How to install Googler on Ubuntu 22.04 & Linux Mint 20

Googler is the command-line tool of Google and is used to go to the different URLs and also to browse news, and open different videos. It is a powerful and open-source tool to make Google searches, and moreover, it is dependent on Python, so make sure that the latest version of Python is installed on …

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How to Install PeaZip on Ubuntu 22.04 5

How to Install PeaZip on Ubuntu 22.04

PeaZip is a very lightweight and easy-to-use archiving utility. You can also join or split files into chunks, find duplicate files, and make them secure as well by using a password. This is cross-platform software, which means that it’s available for different operating systems, but in this article, we are going to teach you how …

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How to Install Grafana on Ubuntu 20.04 6

How to Install Grafana on Ubuntu 20.04

Grafana is a free, open-source, and composable observability and data visualization platform. It is used for monitoring, analysis, and visualization of real-time system data. Its frontend is written in Typescript while the backend is written in Go. It can be used with time series databases such as InfluxDB, Prometheus, and Elasticsearch. It provides a beautiful …

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Embedded Linux development on Ubuntu – Part III

Welcome to the concluding chapter of this journey on embedded Linux development with Ubuntu. We covered a lot of ground, so let us quickly recap what we learned so far. In Part I we introduced Snaps, software packages designed for the world of IoT. Snap packages isolate and encapsulate an entire application, increasing the security …

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Canonical at Embedded World 2022

Embedded World 2022 is almost here! From 21-23 June 2022, the 20th edition of the embedded world Conference will bring together experts from all areas of research for embedded systems, IoT & Edge devices. It’s a very special event: We’ll be celebrating the launch of Ubuntu Core 22. Ubuntu Core is an optimised version of …

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How to Show or Hide Line Numbers in Vim

Vim is a powerful and highly configurable command line editor that comes installed with most of the operating systems. It offers many useful features for editing and configuration of files. However, some of its useful features are disabled by default. One of them is line numbering. With Vim line numbering features, you can display line …

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