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27 posts from February 2018

Kernel Team summary: February 27, 2018

By Canonical, 27 February 2018

Development (18.04) https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bionic... On the road to 18.04 we have a 4.15 based kernel in the Bionic repository. Important upcoming dates: 16.04.4 Point Release – Mar 1 (~1 week away) Feature Freeze…

Ubuntu Server development summary – 27 February 2018

By David Britton, 27 February 2018

Hello Ubuntu Server The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to reach the server team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-server…

Charming Discourse with the reactive framework

By David Lawson, 27 February 2018

Recently the Canonical IS department was asked to deploy the Discourse forum software for a revamp of the Ubuntu Community site at https://community.ubuntu.org. Discourse is a modernization of classic forum/bulletin board software packages…

LXD weekly status #36

By Stéphane Graber, 26 February 2018

Introduction This past week we’ve been working very hard to land all those last few bits ahead of us tagging a number of 3.0.0.beta1 releases of all our repositories. We’re now waiting for a few last bits to land, including LXD clustering…

Deploying Ubuntu OpenStack to ARM64 servers

By dannf, 26 February 2018

At Canonical, we’ve been doing work to make sure Ubuntu OpenStack deploys on ARM servers as easily as on x86. Whether you have Qualcomm 2400 REP boards, Cavium ThunderX boards, HiSilicon D05 boards, or other Ubuntu …

Ubuntu Desktop weekly update – February 23, 2018

By Will Cooke, 23 February 2018

GNOME We’ve been working on a GNOME Online Accounts plugin for Ubuntu One. This will allow you to manage your U1 credentials and share them with services which need them, for example Canonical LivePatch. A MR is being proposed upstream. A…

Canonical announces Ubuntu Core across Rigado’s IoT gateways

By Canonical, 21 February 2018

Rigado customers will benefit from open source, cost-effective, secure software in their commercial IoT deployments London, UK – 21st February 2018 – Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, today announced that Ubuntu Core will be deployed…

LXD Weekly Status #35

By Stéphane Graber, 20 February 2018

Introduction This past week we’ve been focusing on a number of open pull requests, getting closer to merging improvements to our storage volume handling, unix char/block devices handling and the massive clustering branch that’s been…

Snapcraft through the eyes of its biggest community contributor

By Sarah Dickinson, 16 February 2018

If you’ve spent any time in the Snapcraft forum, it’s quite likely you’ve come across Dan Llewellyn – a keen community advocate or self-proclaimed Snapcrafter. Dan has always had a passion for computing and is completely self-taught.…

Storage Made Easy adds Charm to Canonical’s Juju ecosystem

By Canonical, 15 February 2018

Storage Made Easy (SME) today announced the availability of the Storage Made Easy™ Enterprise File Fabric™ charm through Canonical’s Juju charm store. The store provides access to a wide range of best practice solutions which…

LXD weekly status #34

By Stéphane Graber, 14 February 2018

Introduction A lot happened this past week. @brauner is making great progress cleaning everything up in liblxc and related projects ahead of the 3.0 release, @freeekanayaka has been sorting out the last few missing bits for LXD clustering…

Ubuntu Server development summary – 13 February 2018

By David Britton, 13 February 2018

Hello Ubuntu Server! The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to reach the server team, you can find us at the #ubuntu-server…