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  1. Ubuntu 20.04 could be hacked using this security flaw Trick your way to superuser privileges (Image credit: Shutterstock / Magura) security researcher claims to have accidentally discovered an "astonishingly straightforward way” to gain administrative powers on an Ubuntu 20.04 LTS installation. The vulnerability was unearthed by GitHub’s Kevin Backhouse who’s been spending time to weed out security vulnerabilities in Ubuntu’s system services to make his favourite distro as secure as possible. H
  2. Ubuntu 21.04 gets the codename ‘Hirsute Hippo' Following the release of Ubuntu 20.10 almost a week ago, Canonical has revealed the name of the next version of Ubuntu to be ‘Hirsute Hippo’ – the adjective means hairy. Ubuntu 21.04 ‘Hirsute Hippo’ is set to be released next April and is the third Ubuntu release with an ‘H’ codename, the first being Ubuntu 5.04 'Hoary Hedgehog' and the second being Ubuntu 8.04 ‘Hardy Heron’. Now that we know which animal has been chosen for the codename, it's likely that one of the wallpapers in Ubuntu 21.04 will fea
  3. Ubuntu Groovy Gorilla adds Raspberry Pi as a “first class citizen” Previous combinations of Ubuntu and the Pi have been community efforts only. Enlarge / This Groovy Gorilla doesn't just have a Raspberry Pi 4 on his mind, he's got a Raspberry Pi 4 as his mind. Canonical / Raspberry Pi / Ars Technica 24 with 18 posters participating Last week, Canonical released the latest intermediate version of Ubuntu, 20.10 "Groovy Gorilla"—which, for the first ti
  4. Ubuntu 20.10 ‘Groovy Gorilla' is available to download now Canonical has announced the immediate availability of Ubuntu 20.10 ‘Groovy Gorilla’. While this version is considered stable and fit to be run as a daily driver, it is not a Long Term Support (LTS) release and will therefore only receive security updates for nine months. The new version comes with a variety of new software including Linux Kernel 5.8 and GNOME 3.38. Developer tools such as programming languages and compilers have also received updates - this release ships with glibc 2.32, O
  5. Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS out now opening LTS upgrade path Canonical has announced the release of Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS for its Desktop, Server, and Cloud products as well as other Ubuntu flavours with long-term support. Additionally, those still running Ubuntu 18.04 LTS will now be offered the upgrade inside the Update Manager. As with other point releases, Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS comes with all the latest security patches from preceding months, saving time post-installation. When Ubuntu 20.04 LTS was released back in April, those on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS were not o
  6. Google is bringing the fruits of its cross-platform app making framework Flutter to Linux desktops with help of Canonical no less. Over 500,000 developers already use Flutter, Google’s open source UI framework, to building mobile apps, and tech is often pitched as an alternative to React Native. But while the Flutter SDK has been available on Linux to create apps for other platforms it wasn’t possible to build desktop Linux apps. That changes today. Build Linux Apps with Flutter “[We] are happy to jointly announce the availability of the Linux
  7. By Joey Sneddon Wondering what Mark Shuttleworth thinks about IBM buying Red Hat? Well, wonder no more. The Ubuntu founder has shared his thoughts on IBM’s game-changing purchase in a short but pointed blog post. And, few of you will be surprised to learn, the space-faring free-software fan thinks the deal marks a “significant moment in the progression of open source to the mainstream”. And rightly so: there was a time when open source was viewed as the outside option. Now, thanks to companies like Red Hat and Canonical, it’s the de-
  8. ubuntu made easy: Introduction to Linux, Ubuntu brings Linux to the masses, but it can still be intimidating for newbies, neophytes, and geeks-in-training. With Ubuntu Made Easy by your side you'll be ready to face any challenge, and you'll discover just how fun Linux can be. Packed with tips, tricks, and helpful pointers, Ubuntu Made Easy will get you up and running with the world's most popular free operating system. Authors Rickford Grant and Phil Bull walk you through common tasks like installing and playing games, accessing your favorite social networks, troubleshooting hardware and softw
  9. Canonical has announced the release of Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine. The new version will be supported for nine months as is the case with all non-LTS releases and is the final version before the next LTS update in April 2020. With this update, Canonical has updated the core pieces of software including GNOME, which was bumped to version 3.34. Additionally, users can also use ZFS on the root file system as an experimental feature. While the standard Ubuntu release will be what most people flock to, the 19.10 update is also available for other Ubuntu flavours such as Ubuntu Budgie, Kubu
  10. A detailed look at Ubuntu’s new experimental ZFS installer Let's take a sneak ZFS peek under the hood of Ubuntu Eoan Ermine's latest build. Yesterday brought exciting news on the ZFS and Ubuntu fronts—experimental ZFS root support in the installer for Ubuntu's upcoming interim release, Eoan Ermine. The feature appeared in the 2019-10-09 daily build of Eoan—it's not in the regular beta release and, in fact, wasn't even in the "current daily" when we first went to download it. It's that new! (Readers wanting to play with the new functionality can find it in today's daily buil
  11. Newly revealed exploit gave anyone root access on Linux systems Canonical has issued an urgent security fix to the ‘sudo’ package in the Ubuntu archives following the discovery of a major security flaw. A critical fix has rolled out to all users of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS, 18.04 LTS, 19.04 and 19.10 (and one assumes Ubuntu 14.04 ESR too) — just run a sudo apt upgrade to install it. But what about the flaw inquisition? Well, if you’re yet to hear about it I appreciate meditative disconnect from social media. The oft toxic waste pools of chatter were wit
  12. Microsoft has been working hard on making sure developers have all the tools they need for development. The company allowed users to install different flavours of Linux using Windows Subsystem for Linux. Now the company has made another change which should help developers install Ubuntu which is one of the most popular OS based on Linux. Now Windows 10 users can use Hyper-V manager to install Ubuntu easily on their Windows 10 device. Microsoft is now offering users an easy way to install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS or 19.04. To install, head to Start and search for Hyper-V Manager. Once you open it,
  13. The modern Linux desktop is one where "everything just works," and "you're able to use the applications that you've come to rely on in your day-to-day life," says Canonical's Will Cooke. Following Canonical's pivot away from its internally-developed Unity user interface and Mir display server, Ubuntu has enjoyed two relatively low-drama years, as the Linux Desktop market homogenized during its transition back to a customized GNOME desktop. In a review of the most recent release, TechRepublic's Jack Wallen declared that "Ubuntu 19.04 should seriously impress anyone look
  14. Canonical’s Ubuntu operating system is one of the biggest names in desktop GNU/Linux. But if you plan to play PC games on Linux, you might want to start looking around for a different Linux distro. Ubuntu developer Steve Langasek announced last week that starting with Ubuntu 19:10, which comes out in October, Canonical would no longer provide 32-bit builds of applications and libraries. This being Linux, there will be workarounds — but many existing apps may not work out of the box anymore. Case in point: a number of games from GOG cannot be installed on a
  15. brolly

    Any Linux Users Here?

    Hi guys I know there are lot of windows users in this forum. Are there any Linux users around. I use a linux distro as a host machine and i run windows in guest machines. It would be nice to have a linux chat and share views and ideas here
  16. Canonical releases Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa beta Canonical has announced the beta release of its upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Desktop, Server, and Cloud products. The new beta includes a more recent kernel that supports newer hardware as well as the GNOME 3.36 desktop environment that comes with a slick new lock screen, there’s also the option to switch to dark mode in the Appearance tab in the settings. Anyone downloading the Ubuntu 20.04 beta should look out for the refreshed Yaru theme which makes the entire desktop look more modern. The theme is also co
  17. Ubuntu 20.04: Welcome to the future, Linux LTS disciples ZFS gets more accessible, security becomes a bigger priority, and Ubuntu speeds up overall. Enlarge / Did everyone know that a fossa is a cat-like, carnivorous mammal endemic to Madagascar beforehand? Anyone else first misread it as "Fosse" and think choreography? 94 with 63 posters participating This is most definitely the strangest spring in a very long time, with all sorts of event and hardware delays or outright cancellations. But one thing that has arrived right on sc
  18. Canonical launches Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ‘Focal Fossa' Canonical has announced the availability of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ‘Focal Fossa’. According to the firm, this update has a particular emphasis on security and performance. The new update uses the GNOME 3.36 desktop environment which includes a new lock screen, and there’s also an option to switch to dark mode in the Appearance tab in the settings. In its statement, the firm said the WireGuard VPN client is installed by default and will be backported to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Commenting on the software’s inclusion in the
  19. Ubuntu 20.04’s zsys adds ZFS snapshots to package management ZFS for the masses is on the way with Ubuntu's zsys management system. Enlarge / This is a Fossa. It appears to be focusing. (Cryptoprocta ferox is a small, catlike carnivore native to Madagascar.) Mathias Appel 22 with 14 posters participating, including story author Last October, an experimental ZFS installer showed up in Eoan Ermine, the second interim Ubuntu release of 2019. Next month, Focal Fossa—Ubuntu's next LTS (Long Term Support) relea
  20. The upcoming Ubuntu 20.04 release will ship with a Snap version of Ubuntu Software app by default. It won’t carry this branding, though But while Ubuntu’s default software management tool will become pre-seeded Snap app starting in 20.04 existing Snap builds of Calculator, Characters, and Logs will be reverted to their repo versions. As noted on Ubuntu Discourse, the ubuntu-desktop and ubuntu-minimal meta-packages now pull in the Ubuntu Software Snap app in place of the regular apt/repo version. To be clear: this is not a new app store. It is the same Ubuntu Software
  21. If you regularly use Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps on Windows 10, you have some good news coming your way. Microsoft has announced that starting with Windows 10 version 1803, developers can opt-in to support multiple instances of their UWP app. In previous versions of Windows 10, users could only run one instance of a UWP app at one time. However, with version 1803, an app with multiple-instance capability will be able to run a new process if an activation request comes through. Microsoft has detailed several code samples and templates that explain how developers can add
  22. Karamjit

    Ubuntu Bionic Beaver 18.04

    Get the latest LTS version of Ubuntu, for desktop PCs and laptops. LTS stands for long-term support — which means five years, until April 2023, of free security and maintenance updates, guaranteed. Recommended system requirements: 2 GHz dual core processor or better 2 GB system memory 25 GB of free hard drive space Either a DVD drive or a USB port for the installer media Internet access is helpful Homepage: https://www.ubuntu.com Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BionicBeaver/ReleaseNotes Download Page: http://releases.ubunt
  23. There are now two versions of Ubuntu available to download from the Microsoft Store. Adding to the existing Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04 has also now arrived. The addition comes just weeks after the official launch of Ubuntu 18.04, and it gives Windows 10 users the option of working with the new LTS (long term support) build of Ubuntu. The older version remains supported for the time being as well. See also: Canonical finally comments on Ubuntu Linux Snap Store security failure Ubuntu Snap Store app contained cryptocurrency miner Ubuntu Linux 18.04 Bionic Beaver is here
  24. Microsoft PowerShell is a cross-platform automation and configuration tool/framework that works well with your existing tools and is optimized for dealing with structured data (e.g. JSON, CSV, XML, etc.), REST APIs, and object models. Microsoft PowerShell features 130 plus "commandlets" (cmdlets) with commands to handle numerous jobs, whether it is service or process administration, registry, object manipulation, and more. Management can be done locally or remotely. An icon will be created in your start menu. Additional documentation is available at the Author link above W
  25. Microsoft PowerShell is a cross-platform automation and configuration tool/framework that works well with your existing tools and is optimized for dealing with structured data (e.g. JSON, CSV, XML, etc.), REST APIs, and object models. Microsoft PowerShell features 130 plus "commandlets" (cmdlets) with commands to handle numerous jobs, whether it is service or process administration, registry, object manipulation, and more. Management can be done locally or remotely. An icon will be created in your start menu. Additional documentation is available at the Author link above W
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