In this guide, we show a command chain that will allow you to check for and apply updates all in one go, including Snap and Flatpak packages. It even helps you bypass update confirmations.
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Canonical has decided on Mantic Minotaur for the Ubuntu 23.10 codename. It's expected to be released for download on 12th October with a beta landing on 21st September for the discovery of bugs.
Following the comparison between Linux and Windows 11 using AMD's recently released Ryzen 7 7800X3D, WSL2 was also tested against native Ubuntu. The performance was decent most of the time.
Ubuntu 23.04 is now ready for you to download. It comes with some improvements to Azure Active Directory support, a new Steam snap, GNOME 44, and two new flavours: Cinnamon and Edubuntu.
Ubuntu's HWE kernels will soon be covered by the Ubuntu Pro Livepatch service. This will mean that updates to these kernels will not require reboots to complete the installation, reducing downtime.
Canonical has published the release schedule for Ubuntu 23.10. It states that the beta will land on September 21 and the final release will drop on October 12. It will be supported for nine months.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 23.04 Beta for interested parties to download and try out. It comes with the Linux 6.2 kernel for newer hardware support and a brand-new desktop installer.
Ubuntu Cinnamon Remix will be an official Ubuntu flavour with the release of Lunar Lobster in April. It still appears to be a bit rough around the edges but hopefully that'll be resolved soon.
Canonical is calling on the Ubuntu community to test out the updated Ubuntu Font and report any issues with screenshots. Most of the improvements are to scripts that do not use the Latin alphabet.
Canonical has released the default wallpaper for Ubuntu 23.04 "Lunar Lobster". This time the company said it has gone with an astrology wallpaper due to the adjective used in the upcoming release.
Ubuntu 23.04 will ship with Linux 6.2 instead of Linux 6.1. The newer kernel will likely be backported to Ubuntu 22.04 as part of a hardware enablement (HWE) update, increasing new hardware support.
Vanilla OS will move to a Debian base in its next release, according to the developers behind the project. The team outlined several good reasons for deciding on the change, read on to learn more.
Linux users who run AMD Ryzen systems can be very happy today. Latest testing data shows that the newer Linux platform is showing very significant performance gains over the last few years.
Canonical has made Ubuntu Pro generally available. It enables you to run Ubuntu LTS releases past their expiry dates and delivers security updates to more programs. It has been in beta since October.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and Linux Mint 19.x will lose support this April. Anyone still running these or other Ubuntu 18.04-based distributions is urged to upgrade systems to stay protected.
Canonical has delayed the release of Ubuntu 22.04.2 until February 23 over some delays it faced with the new Hardware Enablement kernel. The period will give developers more time to test the kernel.
Canonical has begun releasing Ubuntu 23.04 daily builds. They are cutting edge images that tend to be unstable, so you shouldn't install them on your production machines. Ubuntu 23.04 is due April 20.
Organizations, enthusiasts, and developers might be pleased to know that VMware Workstation Pro now officially supports Windows 11 via a virtual TPM 2.0 device present in version 17.0 of the product.
Ubuntu's snapd now lets you hold automatic updates if you're in the edge channel. You can choose to pause updates for a period of time or indefinitely. It should eventually be available for all.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 22.10 "Kinetic Kudu". It's a stable release but not an LTS, therefore, it's only supported for nine months. Nevertheless, it comes with GNOME 43 which is a big update.
Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS has been ported to Allwinner's Nezha RISC-V boards. Allwinner hopes that it will make RISC-V boards more convenient for developers and enterprises to work with in the future.
Microsoft and Canonical have jointly announced today the availability of native .NET 6 on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. The announcement promises smaller packages, timely security updates, and more.
Canonical just opened upgrades to Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. If you've encountered an issue with the new screencast feature not recording, you can rectify it with one simple command. Read on to learn more.
Canonical is due to release Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS later today, following a delay. This update is will open the upgrade path for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS users who have been waiting patiently since April.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 20.04 as a Confidential Virtual Machine on Microsoft's Azure. It's the first Linux distro to be released as a CVM, but hopefully, this situation will change.
Canonical has said that the Dell XPS 13 Plus Developer Edition will be available in August, with Ubuntu. The system will be Ubuntu certified, meaning the hardware and software just work.
Canonical has announced the launch of Ubuntu Core 22. It is fully containerised and designed for IoT and embedded devices. It will receive updates for the next 10 years keeping your devices secure.
Latest testing using Ubuntu 22.04 LTS based on Linux kernel 5.15 shows AMD Ryzen 4000 Renoir APUs get solid gains on the new OS when compared against older Ubuntu 20.04.4 that was built on 5.15.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. It comes with some of the latest GNOME desktop enhancements, a more modern Linux kernel, and a new logo. It will receive updates until 2027.
Canonical has revealed that it saw 240% growth year-over-year in its channel partner program. It said it has been working more closely with existing partners and building bridges with new partners.
Canonical has released the beta images of Ubuntu 22.04 LTS. While the beta should be fairly stable and representative of the final release, it's not recommended for daily use as bugs could arise.
While many of Arch's contemporaries have joined the fray, one notable open-source giant has yet to make the leap. Rolling Rhino looks to change that by converting Ubuntu into a rolling release.
Canonical has said that it has been replacing contentious terms in its code and documentation to make its project more inclusive. It said this isn't a cure-all but just a first step.
Canonical has unveiled a new logo for Ubuntu. It will first be included in Ubuntu 22.04 LTS which is due in April and will appear on the Ubuntu website. The new logo is intended to feel contemporary.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS. It includes a newer hardware enablement stack so you can run Ubuntu on the latest hardware. People will be upgraded to this release by applying updates.
Gigabyte has partnered with Canonical to begin certifying its servers for use with Ubuntu Server. This will ensure customers can install the Linux distribution without any problems.
Canonical will be ending updates for Ubuntu 21.04 on January 20. This gives you a week to upgrade your systems to Ubuntu 21.10 before they become unsafe to use and vulnerable to malware.
The UBports Foundation has released the Ubuntu Touch OTA-21 update for supported devices. It includes improved storage stats, a new greeter design, and support for the Tamil language font.
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The UBports team has released the twentieth stable release of Ubuntu Touch. The release adds support for several new devices and makes LED notifications work on devices with the Halium 9 base.