August 2023

Get familiar with “Rusty” kernel programming in Ubuntu Lunar Lobster

The Linux kernel has recently introduced the Rust programming language as an alternative to C for creating kernel modules. Rust is a strongly, statically typed programming language with a focus on memory safety features which produces extremely compact executable code. These properties, paired with its good tooling, make Rust a natural choice for creating many […]

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Meet Canonical and OpenSearch.org at Open Source Summit Europe 2023

We are excited to celebrate all things open source at the upcoming Open Source Summit Europe 2023 in the beautiful city of Bilbao, Spain. The event will take place on 19-21 September. The summit serves as a reminder of the open source movement’s ongoing significance, fostering a space where attendees can explore the latest trends,

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How to Configure Network Settings in Ubuntu 22.04

Properly configuring networking is vital for any Ubuntu desktop or server. In this introduction, we’ll cover the key topics involved in managing network settings on Ubuntu 22.04 systems. We’ll discuss core networking concepts like: Ethernet interfaces – Naming, logical mappings, and optimizing performance IP addressing – Dynamic DHCP, static IPs, and name resolution with DNS

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LLMs explained: how to build your own private ChatGPT

Large language models (LLMs) are the topic of the year. They are as complex as they are exciting, and everyone can agree they put artificial intelligence in the spotlight. Once LLms were released to the public, the hype around them grew and so did their potential use cases – LLM-based chatbots being one of them.

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Closing the Gap: Ubuntu Pro in the AWS Shared Responsibility Model

Explore Ubuntu Pro’s role in the AWS Shared Responsibility Model plus walk through a real-world example to install your own Mastodon server on Ubuntu Pro Deploying your application on a public cloud offers numerous benefits, including improved time to market, elastic capacity, and improved baseline security compared to on-premises solutions. However, this does not guarantee

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How to Install NGROK on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish)

In this article, we will see how to install NGROK on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish). ngrok makes developers or testers life easy by providing access to your locally hosted applications through secure tunnel. You don’t have to deploy your application anymore to perform different kinds of testing. You just have to run the application

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Lanzamientos de agosto 2023: XigmaNAS, Rhino, Murena y más

Lanzamientos de agosto 2023: XigmaNAS, Rhino, Murena y más Hoy, penúltimo día del presente mes, abordaremos todos los «lanzamientos de agosto 2023». Periodo en el cual, ha habido un poco menos lanzamientos que el mes pasado, es decir, julio 2023. Además, de ser uno de los meses del año que menos lanzamientos ha tenido. Y

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How New Mexico State University accelerates compliant federal research with Ubuntu

When the stakes are high and national security is on the line, every decision matters. Just ask the team at New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory (PSL). Founded back in 1946 to support the United States’ space and rocket programs, PSL has been on the leading edge of defence-oriented applied science for over seven

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