Ubuntu 20.10 is here and for the first time there are official desktop and server builds of Ubuntu available for Raspberry Pi devices.
Rescuezilla 2.0 is the first 64-bit-only release. It is an easy-to-use disk imaging application that's fully compatible with Clonezilla.
Enter MicroK8s, a tool by Canonical that enables you to easily deploy a lightweight, multi-node Kubernetes cluster in your local environment.
Have you ever wondered what X server, Xorg, X11, Wayland, and stuff like that do? Wayland vs. Xorg. This guide is for you!
The most visible thing in Linux Kernel 5.9 is a reinstatement of the fbdev amba-clcd driver and initial AMD RDNA 2 GPU enablement.
VS Code is now available for both Linux ARMv7 and ARM64 architectures. This means you can now officially use VS Code on a Raspberry Pi.
Version 2.0 is a culmination of more than 4 years of work moving Terminator Terminal Emulator from GTK 2 to GTK3 and from Python2 to Python3.
Oracle announced the general availability of Oracle Linux 7.9, which includes Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 6 as the default kernel.
Nowadays big companies are selling Linux laptops too. Today, yet another such laptop hits the market. The second generation Kubuntu Focus M2.
ThinkPad X1 Nano is an extremely lightweight Linux laptop. It is based on Intel Evo platform and powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processors.