Month: October 2022

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 759

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 759 for the week of October 23 – 29, 2022. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Result: call for nominations for Ubuntu Community Council Call for nomination for the Ubuntu membership board Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events UbuCon …

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How to Fix “Read-Only File System” Error on Ubuntu 1

How to Fix “Read-Only File System” Error on Ubuntu

“In Linux, a filesystem is a collection of data (files and directories) stored in a storage device. Your operating system relies on the filesystem to report the physical location and positioning of the files. Without the filesystem, the files would appear as invisible or random bits. Each filesystem also comes with its own permissions, managing …

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How To Install Zlib on Ubuntu 22.04 6

How To Install Zlib on Ubuntu 22.04

Data compression is an effective way of saving disk space and reducing network bandwidth consumption. However, it comes at the cost of additional computation. Thankfully, modern hardware is powerful enough so that compression minimizes impact on performance. In this guide, we will showcase installing zlib on Ubuntu 22.04. Zlib on Ubuntu Zlib is a popular …

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GSoC’22 – [Part 3] Tree-View in Thunar

About the Feature This feature aims to enable the user, when in list-view, to expand non-empty folders (as shown in the image above). Additions & Behaviors, An entry has been added to the preferences dialog under Display > View Settings to define the default behavior when a new tab/window with list-view is opened. When a …

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Humans may be rational, or how to collect better documentation feedback with linguistic theory 7

Humans may be rational, or how to collect better documentation feedback with linguistic theory

Anyone who has ever built a product wants user feedback – and we in open source want it more than anyone else, and place higher demands on it than anyone else. However, this feedback can be hard to give, hard to receive, and hard to act upon. My product is open source software documentation, and …

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Accelerate IT/OT convergence in Industry 4.0 [Part II] 11

Accelerate IT/OT convergence in Industry 4.0 [Part II]

Welcome to Part II of this three-part mini-series on bridging the gap between operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT) in Industry 4.0. In Part I, we set the stage for the remainder of the series and gave an overview of IT and OT, the two technological layers of modern industrial factories. In this blog, …

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Elektrobit partners with Canonical to pave the way to a new era of software-defined vehicles 17

Elektrobit partners with Canonical to pave the way to a new era of software-defined vehicles

The two companies will leverage their respective strengths to build a first-of-its-kind software foundation enabling the next-generation automotive operating system ERLANGEN, Germany, October 27, 2022 – Elektrobit and Canonical today announced a partnership to bring the benefits of Canonical’s Ubuntu operating system to automotive software. As the industry transitions towards software-defined vehicles, the new partnership will …

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How To Set Up an SMTP Server on Ubuntu 22

How To Set Up an SMTP Server on Ubuntu

Email servers are now a must-have for small, medium, and large enterprises. They enable easy and efficient traffic control. Besides, having your email servers ensure that you can independently define or set your rules to meet your objectives. These advantages ensure that you manage your servers more efficiently and in a cleaner manner. SMTP is …

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Call for nomination for the Ubuntu Membership board 36

Call for nomination for the Ubuntu Membership board

As you may know, Ubuntu Membership is a recognition of a significant and sustained contribution to Ubuntu and the Ubuntu community. To this end, the Community Council recruits from our current member community for the valuable role of reviewing and evaluating the contributions of potential members to bring them on board or assist with having …

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