The Ubuntu slideshow installer has been updated in Ubuntu 20.04 to include updated screenshots, new icons, and refreshed theming.
Got much planned this weekend? I only ask because Canonical’s server bods are currently looking for wily folks to help them test an improved version of the new Ubuntu Server installer. Subiquity Ubuntu Server 18.04 debuted […]
Mark Shuttleworth has outlined his plans for a next-generator Ubuntu installer dubbed 'Ubiquity NG'. The tool will leverage modern technologies like Curtin, MAAS, Electron and Snaps.
Ubuntu will modernise its out-of-the-box experience (OOBE) to be easier and quicker to complete, look more 'seductive' to new users, and better present the Ubuntu brand through its design
Installing any operating system, Linux or otherwise, is never risk-free. But according to user reports, a long-standing bug in Ubuntu's official installer is making unexpected issues a little too expected.
In March, the Intel Open Source Technology Centre released a graphical installer providing Linux users with a user-friendly way keeping their system up-to-date the latest open source, Intel Linux drivers and components.
An updated batch of slides for playback during Ubuntu installation have landed in Ubuntu 11.10.
In these days of ever-on super-fast omnipresent internet connections the need for offline installation can seem largely irrelevant to many of us. But for users stuck using dial-up, prey to intermittent or flaky connections or […]
Ever wanted to run your favourite Linux applications from a USB sticks on ANY major Linux distribution with the need to install anything? Then prepare to say hello to Portable Linux Applications. The Portable Linux […]
Ever wanted to try out lots of different LiveCD’s on your thumb drive without the hassle of installing them one at a time? Say hello to MultiBoot LiveUSB which does just that. You just drag […]
I love how fast the Open Source community works. I really do. Earlier today I posted an article titled “IF WINE INSTALLERS CAN LOOK FANCY, WHY NOT .DEBS?” which asked the question ‘Why do .debs […]
Y’know, now that Windows executables look all fancy with the latest Wine – making use of the inbuilt application icons – I can’t help but think that they make Ubuntu look worse. Why? Here goes… […]