November 2023

Meet Canonical at CES 2024

It’s that exciting time of year, CES is almost here. With 2880+ exhibitors, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has cemented its position as the premier event for unveiling the latest technological advancements. With each passing year, CES becomes an even more integral platform for showcasing groundbreaking innovations. Join us at booth 9763 in the North […]

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Canonical joins the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE)

Canonical is delighted to announce it is now a member of the RISC-V Software Ecosystem (RISE) to contribute to commercial readiness of open source software for RISC-V. Canonical’s commitment to RISE aligns with its broader mission to empower developers and businesses with open source solutions that enable them to build, deploy, and scale applications efficiently.  “Canonical

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Real-time Linux: a comprehensive guide

In the mission-critical workloads of modern enterprises, where time boundaries and determinism can make a major difference, the demand for real-time systems has never been more urgent. In our latest whitepaper, we delve into the realm of real-time Linux. The whitepaper is a comprehensive guide to understanding and unlocking the potential of real-time Linux to

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Solved “sudo: add-apt-repository: command not found”

In this article, we will see how to solve add-apt-repository: command not found error. add-apt-repository is a free and open source utility to add PPA repository on Ubuntu/Debian based systems. Sometimes it is possible that when you try to add a PPA repo to download and install a package from it, you might end up

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Ubuntu Explained: How to ensure security and stability in cloud instances—part 3

Ubuntu updates: securing multiple Ubuntu instances while maximising uptime Most people know that it is important to apply security updates. It can be challenging, however, to accomplish this while maximising the uptime of the services you are running on top. Every change, even applying security patches, carries some risk of disrupting your workloads. You therefore

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