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Ubuntu Color Scheme for Frio

I really like theses colors. Maybe you'll like them too.

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!Libranet Support #frio #color #scheme #ubuntu
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UBports is very aware of the current situation involving Huawei.

The position of UBports is that Free Software allows choice and protects developers and users. Ubuntu Touch is Free Software and can be used under GPL and Ubuntu trademark licensing. UBports will decide to work with manufacturers on a case by case basis, whenever we feel the situation benefits the community and freedom of choice.

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #Ubuntu
 

Olivia: Cloud-Based Music Player With YouTube Support And Over 25,000 Online Radio Stations

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/05/olivia-cloud-based-music-player-with.html

#Linux #Ubuntu
 

[ANN]Arronax v0.7.0


I just released a new version of Arronax.

Arronax is a program that allows you to create and edit starters for programs and locations (*.desktop files) under Linux. Besides a standalone program there are optional plugins for the file managers Caja, Nautilus and Nemo.

Arronax is written in Python and uses GTK for the graphical user interface.

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#linux #opensource #foss #freesoftware #debian #ubuntu #python #mywork #gtk
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Episode 08 - 05/16/2019

Title: Intel’s Clear Linux + The FOSS Contribution Project

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Practically overnight, Intel’s Clear Linux OS has turned into a distribution worth paying attention to. But is it ready for regular desktop Linux users?

Plus, Jason goes down yet another awesome rabbit hole with a new project on GitHub aimed at giving back to the Linux and open source community.

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#linux #chooselinux #jupiterbroadcasting #podcasts #tech #technews #opensource #gnu #freesoftware #ubuntu
 
Linux 5.1, Red Hat's RHEL 8, Ubuntu Touch, GCC, App Store, Alpine, WSL2 | ThisWeekinLinux 66 - https://tuxdigital.com/twinl66

On this episode of This Week in #Linux, we've got a lot of big news to cover like the release of Linux 5.1, the new version of #RedHat Enterprise Linux, #Microsoft announcing the Linux #Kernel inside of #Windows 10, Linux on #Chromebook, and more. We'll also check out the latest release from #UbuntuTouch, the latest GCC compiler and #KDE's new #Wallpaper Competition. Then we'll check out some Distro News from #Ubuntu, #Alpine Linux and OpenIndiana. Later in the show we'll cover some App News for XMMPP, PDFs, Signage software and a new #AppStore. Then we'll round out the show with some Linux #Gaming News. All that and much more on your Weekly Source for Linux #GNews!

 

UT Q&A 50


The Ubuntu Touch Q&A 50 is this Saturday 18th of May at 19:00 UTC. There's still plenty of time to post your questions on the forum. During the show, please ask in our Telegram Supergroup or in .

We're also on Matrix at #ubports:matrix.org!

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #UBportsQandA #Ubuntu #Unity8 #OTA9
 

5 Best Application Launchers for Ubuntu and Linux Mint - You have options...

Ubuntu (and Linux Mint) is one of the most used Linux distributions worldwide. It is also the reason why it has the maximum number of available programs for itself. Ubuntu’s default application launcher is decent and good enough for most users. The community also provides exciting alternatives. Some of them may not aim for optimal usability but have features that you didn’t know existed. Here are 5 top picks for best application launchers on Ubuntu.

Remember you can install one or two and test and always still use the normal menus. You don't have to move off what you already have, so try out other options.

See https://www.fosslinux.com/14272/5-best-application-launchers-for-ubuntu.htm

#linux #ubuntu #launchers

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UBports at Ubuntu Party Paris


There will be a UBports/Ubuntu Touch presentation (in French) on the 18th of May between 1300-1400 CEST at Ubuntu Party Paris. See the full details at ubuntu-paris.org

The presentation will also be streamed live and available afterwards on videos.ubuntu-paris.org.

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #UbuntuParty #Paris #Ubuntu
 

Ubuntu Touch Q&A 50


The Ubuntu Touch Q&A count reaches 50 this Saturday 18th of May at 19:00 UTC. Join us for the latest updates, developments, and answers to your questions! Please post them on the forum prior to the event and or Telegram during the show.

We're also on Matrix at #ubports:matrix.org!

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #UBportsQandA #Ubuntu #Unity8 #OTA9
 

Episode 105 - 05/12/2019

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RHEL 8 is released, we report from the ground of the big announcement, Microsoft announces WSL 2 with a real Linux kernel at the core, and details on their new open source terminal.

Plus Alpine Linux Docker images shipped for 3 years with root accounts unlocked, and Google's new attempt to send updates directly to your phone.

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#linux #linuxactionnews #jupiterbroadcasting #podcasts #tech #technews #opensource #gnu #freesoftware #ubuntu
 
Alan Pope / Ubuntu Linux: Publish Your Unity Games in the Snap Store.

Snap lends itself well to packaging and distributing free games to Linux users.

Snap support is available for over 40 Linux distributions, so with one build of a snap, you can reach millions of Linux gamers. The same snap will work across all those distributions without you needing to test on each one.

== > https://blog.ubuntu.com/2019/05/11/publish-your-unity-games-in-the-snap-store




#Snapcraft #Ubuntu #Canonical #snaps #Snap #LinuxGames #gaming
 
Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 is rolling out now with fixes to the Nexus 5 camera, Morph Browser improvements, and much more!

To learn more about OTA-9, including its new features and fixes, check out https://ubports.com/blog/1/post/225 #UbuntuTouch #ubuntu #ubports #linux #software #developer #opensource
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Full Browser Experience using Terminal


Website: _https://www.brow.sh/
YouTube in Browsh on the _left
and YouTube in Chromium on the right:
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#ubuntu #linux #terminal #browsh #browse #browser #chromium #firefox
 

Episode 104 - 05/05/2019

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Fedora 30 is out, we share our thoughts. Purism's new Librem One service is launched, we're rather skeptical and the reason might surprise you.
Plus the massive Firefox blunder, Canonical's new service, and a report from DockerCon.

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#linux #linuxactionnews #jupiterbroadcasting #podcasts #tech #technews #opensource #gnu #freesoftware #ubuntu
 

System76 firmware update

Since my first (and unique) System76 laptop purchase I have never had a kind word for this company. I have been always complaining about their policy to support just Ubuntu... However it seems they did some steps toward to non Ubuntu or Pop_os users, in fact I was able to update the firmware just with a usb iso (pop_os!) in demo mode and everything worked totally fine as described in their documentation.

At least for one time System76 were been able to let me say something positive about you! 🍻

https://support.system76.com/articles/laptop-firmware/

#linux #system76 #firmware #ubuntu #laptop #laptops
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Is #Ubuntu a distro for power users?


Let me see what think about the folks of the Federation...

#linux #opensource #floss #foss #gnu #freesoftware #ubuntu #powerusers #linuxdistros
 

Be Helpful And Take the #Dell #Ubuntu #Developer Survey - OMG! Ubuntu!

Be Helpful And Take the Dell Ubuntu Developer Survey
 

Tomorrow is the UT Q&A 49!


Ubuntu Touch Q&A 49 is this Saturday, the 4th of May, at 19:00 UTC. There's still plenty of time to post your questions on the forum prior to the event and or Telegram during.

We're also on Matrix at #ubports:matrix.org

#UBports #UbuntuTouch #UBportsQandA #Ubuntu #Unity8 #OTA9
 

Open Websites In A Floating, Borderless Window With Pennywise

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/05/open-websites-in-floating-borderless.html
#Linux #Ubuntu
 
Precision: Dell bringt günstige Whiskey-Lake-Workstations mit Ubuntu #Dell #Business-Notebooks #CAD #LightDM #PC #Ubuntu #OpenSource #PC-Hardware
 
UBports wird gemeinnützige Stiftung - Pro-Linux

UBports, das offene Projekt, das Ubuntu Touch weiterentwickelt, wurde von den deutschen Behörden als gemeinnützige Stiftung anerkannt. Damit sieht sich die UBports-Gemeinschaft als voll verantwortlich...

https://www.pro-linux.de/news/1/26944/ubports-wird-gemeinn%C3%83%C2%BCtzige-stiftung.html

#Ubports #ubuntu #ubuntuphone #ubuntutouch #ubports #linux

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5 Things that make Linux Mint better than Ubuntu for beginners

Ubuntu and Linux Mint are unarguably the most popular desktop Linux distributions (mmm and Manjaro is also ranking very high but probably not for beginners). While Ubuntu is based on Debian, Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu. Question is why to use an Ubuntu derivative or a Debian derivative instead of using the source itself. The answer to the question is derivative is better.

Hardcore Debian users would disagree but Ubuntu makes Debian better (or should I say easier?). Similarly, Linux Mint makes Ubuntu better.

Note that the comparison is mainly between Ubuntu Unity and GNOME vs Linux Mint’s Cinnamon desktop. A few parameters might not be applicable to other versions while a few may still hold water.

But read about the features and see if you agree with these differences for beginners to Linux at https://itsfoss.com/linux-mint-vs-ubuntu/

#FOSS #linuxmint #ubuntu

 
A friend asked me what I think about the #Librem 13" notebook and now I wonder if one would want to use #Purism on it or would use #Ubuntu or similar instead.

I mean the idea with the hardware design is good, not sure how "open" the HW actually is, but why would one want to use a different #Linux at all? Why not use the OS you're used to? I mean for many cases I like to use #Mint or #Ubuntu (headless server version) anyway, so why bother to dig into Purism at all?

Suggestions, ideas and opinions welcome! Anyone using one of the laptops?
 

How To Mount BitLocker-Encrypted Windows Partitions On Linux

https://www.linuxuprising.com/2019/04/how-to-mount-bitlocker-encrypted.html
#Ubuntu #Fedora #Linux
 

4 of the Best Screen Recorders for Ubuntu and Linux

There are plenty of reasons you might need to record your screen. Maybe you’re a developer looking to demonstrate an app you built. Perhaps you’re looking to do an instructional screencast. You might just want to show a family member how to do something.

You have plenty of choices when it comes to which screen recorder to use on Ubuntu. Some are simple to use, while others are more complicated but have additional features. It also depends on whether you prefer a GUI or the command line.

Personally, I’ve been using SimpleScreeRecorder for a while on Manjaro KDE and have been very happy with it.

See https://www.maketecheasier.com/best-screen-recorders-ubuntu/

#linux #ubuntu #screenrecording


 
Ubuntu 19.04: Flinker, aber ohne große Änderungen #DiscoDingo #LinuxundOpenSource #Release #Ubuntu #Ubuntu1904
 
Oh, #Ubuntu 19.04 ist da. Eigentlich hab ich es ja nich so mit Ubuntu, aber irgendwie muss die 500G-Platte ja voll...

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Bei mir hat es funktioniert #Ubuntu
 

Updating software that was installed using Make Install

!The Lazy Admin Club

If I've installed something using make install (in this case libmodsecurity) and I wish to update at a later date... do I need to do a make uninstall first? And then download the latest source files and go through the process again? Or can I just do another make install - will it just overwrite and update any files previously installed? What's best practice?

#linux #makeinstall #ubuntu #modsecurity
 

Ubports Foundation gegründet

#ubports #ubuntutouch #ubuntuphone #ubuntu
UBports Foundation gegründet
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The pointlessness of the FSF endorsed distros based on Ubuntu...

A pure Free-Software distro is a very hard ambition as well as an hard goal to accomplish, you have to deal with your hardware and if your hardware is not compliance with the free Software it is almost impossible running a pure libre distro. But back to time when even installing a standard distro was an impossible task, Ubuntu came out helping a lot of people making easier installing linux on whatever hardware. However we have to flip the point of observation, at the beginning there were just free drivers mostly made through reverse engineering, most of them were too buggy or unreliables, and the few closed drivers were hard to obtain or unavailable to the end users. Hence running a linux distro and having a laptop or a PC with 100% hardware recognized was very hard to achieve but not for Ubuntu. Ubuntu made easy installing blob binaries on Linux and making your hardware properly working, cool! All of we are in debt with Canonical for this because Ubuntu broken this barrier and helped all the distro to achieve the same, pointing the direction to follow. The main point is Ubuntu used closed software to achieve its goal, it pursued a pragmatic approach instead of an ethical one and it was right.

Ubuntu also decided to focus on a smaller set of packages respect to Debian, from which it derivates, and it takes care only the packages available on the "main" repo while all the others are in the "universe" repo and are handled by the community. However to release Ubuntu the packages in "universe" don't need to be bugs free like the ones in Debian. As a matter of fact Debian is released when all the critical bugs are closed, then basically all the packages in Debian stable are working while, even in a Ubuntu LTS, the packages that are in the universe repo can still be buggy.

An Ubuntu LTS can have software more updated than a Debian Stable but the latter is 100% reliable and secure. Ubuntu takes care only of the packages that are strategic for the Canonical's business and has several partnerships with hardware and softwares vendors to provide binaries blobs and closed software on his platform in the name of the pragmatism and customers satisfaction. Fine, but now is clear that Ubuntu is not the best choice for a pure linux distro, when you take out from Ubuntu the closed softwares you lost all the points that make Ubuntu a pragmatic distro and eventually you have just a distro with an unusual repositories organization and with most of those packages available quite buggy.

Even FSF noticed that and as a matter of fact they switched from Ubuntu to Debian for their gNewSense distro. It is important to remember that Debian was financed, long time ago, by the FSF itself because it actually promotes free software by default but it is not restrictive like the FSF does and that caused a separation that still continues.

My suggestion is, if you like to have a FSF endorsed distro based on deb you had better to avoid any Ubuntu derivates and move on the ones based on Debian like the already mentioned gNewSense or PureOS and don't forget that Debian is 100% free software by default.

http://gnewsense.org/
https://www.pureos.net/
https://www.debian.org/

#linux #ubuntu #debian #freesoftware #fsf #libresoftware #softwarelibre #linuxlibre #gnu #floss
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https://www.kitaadmin.com/2019/03/pengertian-easyengine.html" target="_blank">easyengine adalah

#server #nginx #php #mysql #linux #easy #engine # Debian #ubuntu
 
#ubuntu #ubuntuphone #ubuntutouch #ubports #linux #prolinux

Neues von Ubuntu Touch - Pro-Linux

UBports-Entwickler informierten letzte Woche mit Ubuntu Touch Q&A 46 über neue Entwicklungen beim mobilen Betriebssystem und beantworteten Fragen der Anwender.

https://www.pro-linux.de/news/1/26911/neues-von-ubuntu-touch.html

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Animate Your Wallpaper With An Audio Visualizer Using GLava (1.6.0 Released)

#Linux #Ubuntu #Fedora #Mint
 
Still don't get IPv6 to work with #Netplan (new #Ubuntu network configuration think). Anyone mind to share a working configuration of netplan?
#Linux
 

Create A Persistent Storage Live USB With Ubuntu, Linux Mint Or Debian (UEFI, ]4GB Persistance Supported)

#Debian #Ubuntu #Linux #LinuxMint
 
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