More posts about “Canonical”

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Ubuntu Core 22 Released for IoT and Embedded Device Makers

Ubuntu Core 22 is available to download. Ubuntu Core is Canonical's streamlined Ubuntu spin targeted at embedded devices, IoT, and industrial hardware.

15 June 2022

How Canonical Plans to Make the Firefox Snap, Snappier

Fed up with slow startup times for the Firefox Snap on Ubuntu? Canonical hears you, and wants you to know it's going to do something about it.

26 May 2022

Canonical is Recruiting Devs for ‘Ubuntu Gaming’ Team

Anyone remember Ubuntu Gamer? It was a spin-off blog we launched way before Steam for Linux was a thing. Oops! But hey, here's something related…

18 May 2022

Ubuntu Preview on WSL Brings Ubuntu Daily Builds to Windows

It's now much easier to try Ubuntu daily builds on Windows 10 and 11 using the Ubuntu Preview on WSL app recently added to the Microsoft Store.

11 May 2022

Updated: Ubuntu Revives Its Iconic ‘Developer Summit’ — With a Twist

The Ubuntu Developer Summit is back! Well, kinda. An in-person 'Ubuntu Summit' is being held later this year but aimed at enthusiasts as well as developers.

24 April 2022

Ubuntu 22.04 Dailies Show an Ubuntu Pro Notification on Login

When I wrote about the new “Ubuntu Pro” section in Ubuntu 22.04‘s software settings panel I said the banner wasn’t a nag screen or a desktop notification but something you had to go out of […]

3 February 2022

Ubuntu is Axing the Partner Repo Nobody Uses

Ubuntu wants to close the Canonical Partner repository ahead of the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS release. This isn't a shock as it's been empty for more than a year.

28 January 2022

What the ‘Ubuntu Pro’ banner in Ubuntu Means

Canonical is currently promoting a beta Ubuntu Pro for Desktop programme through the Software & Updates app on Ubuntu LTS releases. But what is it?

19 January 2022

Canonical Outlines the ‘Future of Snapcraft’

Canonical is making changes to the system used for creating Snap apps, outlining its plans in a blog titled 'The Future of Snapcraft'. More details inside.

7 January 2022

Ubuntu is Getting Serious About Linux Gaming

A new job listing at Canonical shows that the company is taking gaming on Ubuntu seriously. Choosing graphics drivers is among tasks the new job requires.

2 January 2022

Canonical Extends Support of Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 to 10 Years

Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 16.04 just got an unexpected support boost from Canonical. Announced today, Canonical says both releases will get an extended 10 years of support from their original release date, up from the […]

21 September 2021

Hot Topic: Ubuntu Makes Firefox Snap Default in 21.10

Ubuntu 21.10 is making the Firefox Snap app its default browser. A feature-freeze exception requests the Firefox Snap be seeded in the Ubuntu ISO image.

16 September 2021