Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet, just might be one of the biggest Ubuntu releases in several years. It might be more remarkable, though, for what you don’t see.
The beta is now here, ahead of this month’s scheduled release.
Anyone paying any amount of attention to the Linux world over the past couple of years has likely at least heard of systemd.
Canonical has announced that an Apache Standard Taglibs vulnerability has been fixed for Ubuntu 14.10 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. This is not a major problem, but an update doesn't hurt.
Details about Mono vulnerabilities which has been found and fixed in Ubuntu 14.10, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, and Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, were published by Canonical in a security notification.
The Ubuntu Touch platform is still young and it's only available "officially" on a single phone, that was made available only sporadically through flash sales, but the number of apps in the store has been increasing on a constant basis, so much so that there are now more than a 1,000 apps available.
After announcing last week the Ubuntu Origami Unicorn contest, which can bring an awesome new BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition phone to a user that folds the best-looking Unicorn, today Canonical decided that it’s finally time to show the world how to make the perfect origami unicorn.
On it's own, Ubuntu is a solid desktop Linux experience. It offers ample application choices and it's easy to use. But one area I would like to see greater focus is mirroring one desktop to another. That is, being able to find the same documents and other files I use on both desktop machines. In this article I'll explore options I've found useful in creating a unified Ubuntu Experience.