43 posts from April 2020
How to use the Raspberry Pi High Quality camera on Ubuntu Core
By Rhys Davies, 30 April 2020
The new High Quality (HQ) camera from the people over at Raspberry Pi is now available. And as they say, it is really rather good. It has the option for...
How to set up TurtleBot3 in minutes with snaps (1/2)
By Jeremie Deray, 29 April 2020
If you are a regular reader of our blog, you already know that our team got its hands on some TurtleBot3 robots. In previous posts, we have seen how to build...
Go for ROS
By Adi Singh, 29 April 2020
If you started reading this post thinking I would explain why you should go for ROS when building robots, think again. To be fair, that topic deserves a post...
Work smart, not hard – fun applications to help you do less in your day
By Igor Ljubuncic, 27 April 2020
Modern-day life is fast, hectic, demanding. Time is precious, and we often need to be able to squeeze every atom of efficiency from our environment and our...
WSLConf: Sessions Part 2 – DevOps on WSL and more
By Sohini Bianka Roy, 27 April 2020
This is the second blog in our series releasing the WSLConf recordings. Be sure you check out the first blog here. You can also subscribe to our...
We are changing the way you build snaps from GitHub repos
By Luke Wesley-Holley, 26 April 2020
On 11 March 2020 we introduced a new process for building a snap using GitHub repos to snapcraft.io. Here is all you need to know about this update. What is...
Design and Web team summary – 26th April 2020
By Anthony Dillon, 26 April 2020
Here are some of the highlights of our completed work over the previous iteration. Meet the team Howdy! My name is Ovidiu, also known as Ovi, Ovid or...
Ubuntu kernel 5.4: What’s new with Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
By Alex Chalkias, 24 April 2020
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has just arrived. The latest LTS comes with a new version of the Linux kernel – 5.4 – which brings a lot of exciting new features, faster...
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS: stability, security and more
By Tytus Kurek, 24 April 2020
Ubuntu Server 20.04 LTS (long-term support) is here with enterprise-class stability, resiliency and even better security. As an LTS release, it will be...
What’s new in Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS?
By Martin Wimpress, 24 April 2020
Well, here it is! Ubuntu is the world’s most popular open-source desktop operating system, and we think this is our best release to date. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS is...
Ubuntu Core: a cybersecurity analysis
By cmoullec, 24 April 2020
An independent evaluation of Ubuntu Core’s security capabilities Manufacturers of Internet of Things (IoT) devices require an embedded operating system that...
Ubuntu 20.04 LTS arrives
By Canonical, 23 April 2020
April 23rd 2020: Canonical, the publisher of Ubuntu, today announced the general availability of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, with a particular emphasis on security and...