Ubuntu in the wild – 30th of March 2021
Tags: AI , Linux , Raspberry Pi , robotics , ubuntuinthewild
The Ubuntu in the wild blog post ropes in the latest highlights about Ubuntu and Canonical around the world on a bi-weekly basis. It is a summary of all the things that made us feel proud to be part of this journey. What do you think of it?
Industrial IoT solutions for Manufacturing
The recent pandemic forced manufacturers to re-evaluate the importance of IoT solutions in their day-to-day operations. Galem Kayo, Product Manager at Canonical, explores the key benefits of industrial IoT solutions and how they can effectively support real-time monitoring and quality control.
Ubuntu 21.04 powered by Linux kernel 5.11
The news is out: Ubuntu 21.04, Hirsute Hippo, is powered by Linux kernel 5.11! This will bring lots of hardware improvements and new features.
Install Virtualmin on Ubuntu 20.04
Looking for an option to replace cPanel CentOS? This tutorial from TechRepublic will help you install Virtualmin on Ubuntu server 20.04 in a couple of minutes.
The best Ubuntu apps: a Techradar selection
What apps should you get now to make the best of your new or existing Ubuntu setup? Techradar came up with a list of their favorite snaps and Ubuntu Software store goodies to help you take your distro to the next level.
Easy remote collaboration
Canonical, Collabora, and Nextcloud, came together to allow Raspberry Pi users to easily turn their Pi 4 into a self-hosted content collaboration and document editing solution. This will make remote collaboration and working from home much easier.
Building an AI stack with Canonical
It can be hard for small companies to jump on the AI bandwagon, which could very well be attributed in part to the lack of common standards and cross-platform interoperability. To solve that, the AI Infrastructure Alliance (AIIA) is aiming to create a “canonical stack” for AI.
Bonus: Ubuntu in the wild and Mars dogs
For this week bonus, we wanted to share this cool presentation by the TEAM CoSTAR featuring an Ubuntu-powered pack of Mars dogs for autonomous martian lava tubes exploration: