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  • Jonathan Riddell quits Kubuntu project

    The differences that Jonathan Riddell, leader of the Kubuntu project, had with Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, have finally led to him calling it quits.

    Kubuntu is a GNU/Linux distribution funded by Canonical; it has the KDE desktop instead of Unity which is on Ubuntu. Canonical funds a number of offshoots of Ubuntu with different desktops: Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu Kylin, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Studio, and Xubuntu.

    His resignation comes a day after the latest version of Kubuntu was released along with Ubuntu and other derivatives.

  • Watch: How to Package Software for Ubuntu Snappy Core

    The Ubuntu Snappy Core Clinic online event took place earlier this week, and Canonical's Daniel Holbach reports on the things that have been discussed during the 45-minute-long online session.

    In the second Ubuntu Snappy Core Clinic event, the Ubuntu Snappy developers talked about the snapcraft tool for crafting packages for the Snappy Ubuntu Core operating system and introduced the software to new users.

  • Ubuntu 15.10 launches with universal apps across platforms

    Canonical has officially launched Ubuntu 15.10, the latest version of the open-source Linux operating system distribution now available on desktops, phones and tablets. The new release brings several improvements, including more work on universal apps.

  • ​The Wily Werewolf, Ubuntu 15.10, is unleashed

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    Git, short for git protocol or git version control system, is an open-source distributed version control system that allows you to track changes to a project’s files and interact with other developers. Linus Torvalds initially developed git in 2005 as an internal tool for Linux kernel development. It has since been widely adopted across the software development community and projects. Git is both a distributed and free software, released explicitly under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2). However, most Linux distributions provide a pre-packaged git client.

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    Network is a signification component of the modern information technology infrastructure. A secure network ensures the absolute safety of your critical business data. Network connectivity issues may make your data inaccessible and such issues might be difficult to troubleshoot. Linux provides the tcpdump utility to capture and analyze the network traffic on your computer and to help you troubleshoot network issues.

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