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.
Windows 11 22H2 build 22621.160 (RTM) gets File Explorer Tab navigation
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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.
Canonical has announced Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS have gained an extra two years of support through its Extended Security Maintenance programme which organisations pay a subscription for.
Canonical is urging users wanting to keep Ubuntu 16.04 to enable Extended Support Maintenance to continue getting important security updates. ESM is available through Ubuntu Advantage subscriptions.
Canonical released today a new LTS version of Ubuntu, 18.04, which will be supported until April 2023. It arrives with several new features and some major changes to the user interface and experience.
Canonical is officially ditching the Unity desktop with the release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS today, in favor of GNOME. The new version arrives full of new features and will be supported until April 2023.
Ubuntu 17.04 will reach end of life on Saturday following nine months of updates. Users of the release should be looking to move to Ubuntu 17.10 or Ubuntu 16.04 LTS before updates stop.
The popular Linux distribution, Ubuntu, will receive patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities by Janurary 9th. Canonical has been hard at work over the holidays crafting a patch.
Canonical has made Ubuntu 16.04.3 LTS available for download. The release ships with an updated kernel and Mesa 17.0 as part of the new Hardware Enablement Stack. It's supported until 2021.
A build of the .NET Core framework for the Raspberry Pi 3 is now available on Github. There are also plans to provide ARM32 support later this year for Samsung's Tizen operating system.
Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, launched in October, has today reached end-of-life. Users should upgrade to the Ubuntu 16.04.1 to continue to receive security updates through the update manager.
On April 21 Canonical is due to release its next Ubuntu Long Term Support release, version 16.04 codenamed Xenial Xerus. The major highlight of the release is the introduction of Snaps.
Canonical has announced that snap-packaged apps will be arriving on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. Snaps (snappy apps) are more secure than deb-packaged apps and are easier for developers to push updates to.