Ubuntu desktop lead Martin Wimpress has created a tool called Rolling Rhino. Its aim: convert an Ubuntu daily build image into a "rolling release" distro by opting into and tracking the devel series of changes/packages.
Your dream of being able to run Ubuntu desktop on the Raspberry Pi 4 may be closer to reality than you think. October’s Ubuntu 20.10 release may introduce official support for Ubuntu desktop on the […]
Dream of being able to run your favourite Linux apps on the Windows 10 desktop? Me neither, but Microsoft is going ahead and doing it anyway in WSL 2.
Watch Ubuntu Touch running on a PineTab in this short video shared by Pine64, the company behind the (upcoming) $89 Linux tablet with dockable keyboard.
Improved desktop notifications and a Wayland-compatible battery testing tool are among the 14 projects selected by GNOME for this year's Google Summer of Code (GSoC).
Fool around with function keys in Ubuntu at your own peril folks, 'cos today I came across a frustrating (if middle funny) bug that can freeze the desktop.
Buckle up for the ride as you can now download Ubuntu 20.10 daily builds for testing! Freshly spun ISOs of what will become the next stable Ubuntu release will be produced each and every day […]
Work on Ubuntu 20.10 'Groovy Gorilla' is now officially underway, with developer Lukasz Zemczak announcing the news on the Ubuntu developer mailing list.
You can login to Ubuntu using your fingerprint in the latest LTS release, but Ubuntu and GNOME devs are working together to improve the experience.
The Ubuntu 20.10 codename has been revealed in all of its glory — and if you thought the 'Disco Dingo' was a far out name, wait until you meet the Groovy Gorilla!
I've been blogging about Ubuntu (and Linux in general I guess) for a veritable eon. So when news reached me that Getting Things GNOME was being revived I had to stop what I was doing and reach for a new draft.
What would a GNOME tablet user experience look like? These mockups from GNOME designer Tobias Bernard give us a pretty good idea.