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Meet MeLE PCG02U, a Fanless Intel Bay Trail PC Stick Running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

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Today we would like to introduce you guys to an upcoming PC stick powered by an Intel Bay Trail processor and running the Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) Linux operating system.

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ubuntuBSD, the OS That Brings Ubuntu and FreeBSD Together, Now Has a Homepage

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BSD
Ubuntu

Jon Boden, the creator of the controversial ubuntuBSD project, an open-source and free operating system that brings Ubuntu and FreeBSD together, unveiled the distribution's official homepage.

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Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Brings Docker 1.10 with Fan Networking to Every Architecture

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Canonical's Dustin Kirkland informed the Ubuntu community about the availability of the Docker 1.10 Linux container engine for every supported architecture in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus).

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Also: Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to Present Users with Notifications About Software Updates

Canonical Announces Snappy 2.0 Ahead of the Snappy Ubuntu Core 16.04 LTS Release

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Ubuntu

Today, April 16, 2016, Canonical has had the great pleasure of announcing the release of Snappy 2.0 utility for the upcoming Snappy Ubuntu Core 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system.

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Understanding LXC and LXD, Canonical's Open Source Container Solution

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Server
Ubuntu

LXC and LXD, two of the newest open source container platforms, can seem as difficult to understand as IRS tax rules. But they're not actually that complicated. Keep reading for an explanation of LXC, what makes it different from LXD and what both platforms have to do with Linux, Canonical and Ubuntu.

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Also: A newcomer's guide to navigating OpenStack Infrastructure

Microsoft: Linux version of the Data Science Virtual Machine released [Ed: Remember what OpenLogic is]

Ubuntu Linux continues to dominate OpenStack and other clouds

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Ubuntu

As Canonical cloud marketing manager Bill Bauman said, "Ubuntu OpenStack continues to dominate the majority of deployments with 55 percent of production OpenStack clouds."The previous survey showed Ubuntu OpenStack at 33 percent of production clouds. Ubuntu has seen almost 67 percent growth in an area where Ubuntu was already the market leader. These numbers are a huge testament to the community support Ubuntu OpenStack receives every day."

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Snapcraft 2.8 Now Live in Ubuntu 16.04, Adds Support for Snappy's New Interfaces

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Just a few minutes ago, Canonical informed the Snappy Ubuntu community about the general availability of the Snapcraft 2.8 release in the default repositories of the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Xenial Xerus) operating system.

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Mark Shuttleworth: ‘Ubuntu keeps GNU/Linux relevant

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GNU
Linux
Interviews
Ubuntu

In my ongoing quest to interview the leadership of every Linux distribution on the planet (see my interviews with the heads of elementary, Fedora and openSUSE) I reached out to the top dog in the Ubuntu world: Mark Shuttleworth.

This is not a hard-hitting, no-holds-barred sort of interview. It’s just a casual chat to hear about Ubuntu from the guy that started it and hopefully, in the process, get to know him a little better.

What follows are his unedited answers. I have some opinions (both good and bad) about Mark's answers—and I expect most of you will, too. But I'm going to keep them to myself here. I'll let his answers speak for themselves without much commentary from me.

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The Ubuntu Tablet – Why I’m Grabbing One

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If you’ve been following Canonical/Ubuntu at all, you’re probably aware of the announcement of their first Ubuntu Tablet, the Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition. It is being produced by the manufacturer that made one of Canonical’s first Ubuntu phones, BQ, headquartered out of Spain. Currently there are two versions to choose from: The FHD (Full HD) and regular HD versions.

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Ubuntu-Based BackBox Linux 4.6 Launches with Updated Hacking Tools, Kernel 4.2

Raffaele Forte, the maintainer of the Ubuntu-based BackBox Linux operating system designed for penetration testing and forensic analysis operations, announced the release of BlackBox Linux 4.6. Read more Also: BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition review

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