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How to Install Python on Ubuntu 22.04? 6

How to Install Python on Ubuntu 22.04?

Python is a versatile programming language widely used for various purposes, i.e., scientific computing, data analysis, and web development. It is often considered one of the best programming languages for beginners, but also widely used by experienced developers due to its vast array of libraries and frameworks. Python is a primary scripting language for Ubuntu …

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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS End Of Life – keep your fleet of devices up and running

Ubuntu 18.04 ‘Bionic Beaver’ is reaching End of Standard Support this April, also known sometimes as End Of Life (EOL). This distribution of Ubuntu was installed by millions of users and powers up thousands of devices. From kiosks and appliances to IoT devices and robots, 18.04 helped many companies deploy innovations to the world. As …

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Cloud storage pricing – how to optimise TCO 37

Cloud storage pricing – how to optimise TCO

The flexibility of public cloud infrastructure allows for little to no upfront expense, and is great when starting a venture or testing an idea.  But once a dataset grows and becomes predictable, it can become a significant base cost, compounded further by additional costs depending on how you are consuming that data. Public clouds were …

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Containerization vs. Virtualization : understand the differences 41

Containerization vs. Virtualization : understand the differences

Over the last couple of decades, a lot has changed in terms of how companies are running their infrastructure. The days of dedicated physical servers are long gone, and there are a variety of options for making the most out of your hosts, regardless of whether you’re running them on-prem or in the cloud. Virtualization …

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Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 770 45

Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter Issue 770

Welcome to the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter, Issue 770 for the week of January 8 – 14, 2023. The full version of this issue is available here. In this issue we cover: Ubuntu Stats Hot in Support LoCo Events Community Documentation Modernization Initiative Governance Mir release 2.11.0 Lunar Lobster 23.04 Wallpaper Competition Other Community News Canonical …

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Getting started with ROS security scanning 46

Getting started with ROS security scanning

It’s a new year, and an especially great time to reflect on the security of your robots. After all, those interested in breaching it are probably doing the same. In previous articles, we discussed ROS security by detailing practical steps for securing your robots on Ubuntu and the challenges the community faces. In this blog …

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Cloud optimisation: cut your 2023 cloud spending by two-thirds 49

Cloud optimisation: cut your 2023 cloud spending by two-thirds

Cloud optimisation enables organisations to significantly lower their cloud spending while ensuring the desired performance and necessary compliance. It’s a process that every business should adopt when choosing cloud infrastructure as a foundation for their applications. It’s been proven that applying cloud optimisation best practices leads to a total cost of ownership (TCO) reduction of …

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The State of IoT – December 2022 52

The State of IoT – December 2022

Welcome to the December edition of the monthly State of IoT series. While we ended 2021 with a rosy outlook prompted by rising unit shipments and hardware spending, 2022 ended amidst supply chain disruptions, economic sanctions and an ongoing war. Despite this, we will likely remember 2022 as a transitional year in the ever-increasing adoption …

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How to Fix : dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run ‘dpkg –configure -a’ to correct the problem 61

How to Fix : dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run ‘dpkg –configure -a’ to correct the problem

When you try to install a package or a tool, you get the following error: “dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run ‘dpkg –configure -a’ to correct the problem” as shown below when I tried to install the neofetch utility. In order to solve this problem, try to first update your package repository using the …

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