BootStack: the easiest way to build an OpenStack cloud

OpenStack, the world’s most popular cloud management platform, makes cloud computing accessible to everyone. Although OpenStack is well supported with compatible cloud services, there is a significant challenge to overcome before users can launch their own OpenStack cloud. That is to recruit— and retain—OpenStack experts in a highly competitive jobs market. Resourcing a six-strong team […]

IoT World: Canonical & Industry Leaders Drive IoT Commercialization

Host of new Snappy Ubuntu Core-enabled devices demonstrate revenue opportunities in IoT First commercially-designed IoT devices with GE’s FirstBuild, Acer, Microsoft & DataArt London and San Francisco, May, 11 2015 – Canonical is collaborating with some of the world’s smartest technology brands, including GE’s FirstBuild, Acer, Microsoft and DataArt, to reveal a slew of new […]

IoT: Canonical and GE’s FirstBuild Collaborate on Smart Refrigerator

San Francisco, CA – May 11, 2015 – FirstBuild, GE Appliances’ new global co-creation community is set to showcase ChillHub, its community-generated smart refrigerator in the Ubuntu booth (Stand 545) at the second annual Internet of Things World conference at the Moscone Center on May 12 – 13, 2015. ChillHub is a refrigerator with two […]

First drone with apps – Ubuntu Core Drone

This is a guest post from Victor Mayoral from Erle Robotics. Erle-Copter: the first drone with apps powered by Ubuntu Core Over the last months and with the support of Canonical, Erle Robotics engineers have been working hard to bring the first drone with apps to the market. Last week Erle Robotics introduced Erle-Copter Ubuntu […]

Monthly News – April 2015

Apologies for posting late this month. LMDE 2 “Betsy” was released. I know many LMDE 1 users are eagerly waiting for us to announce an upgrade path to Betsy so I’ll keep these news short and go back to working on that :)

MATE 1.10 is being labeled as we speak and should be released very shortly.

Cinnamon 2.6 will reach feature-freeze mid-May and become stable at the end of the month. It’s already full of improvements and new features but there are a couple of very important sub-projects we wanted to put in it: The ability for users to change whether Cinnamon works with consolekit or logind without recompiling, a queue for file operations in Nemo so they can be performed one after the other, actual screensavers in cinnamon-screensaver (we’ve got support for xscreensaver and webkit screensavers already, we need to work on the configuration UI)… etc.

Linux Mint 17.2 “Rafaela” is planned for the end of the June, with an RC release mid-June.

Many thanks to our sponsors and to all the people who donated to us. Special thanks also to the artists who answered our call for help last month.

Sponsorships:

Linux Mint is proudly sponsored by:

Platinum Sponsors:
Private Internet Access
Gold Sponsors:
Linux VPS Hosting
Silver Sponsors:
ThinkPenguin.com
Bronze Sponsors:
Vault Networks *
AYKsolutions Server & Cloud Hosting
7L Networks Toronto Colocation *
BayLibre
BGASoft Inc
David Salvo
Michael Sartain
Milton Security Group
Sysnova Information Systems
Community Sponsors:

To become a sponsor or to see the full list of Linux Mint sponsors, please visit: http://www.linuxmint.com/sponsors.php

Donations in March:

A total of $6,849 were raised thanks to the generous contributions of 356 donors:

$200 (17th donation), Ralph Siegler aka “ziggy
$128.25, Jørgen R.
$100 (10th donation), Jordan S.
$100 (2nd donation), Lu G.
$100, Fidel Q.
$100, Jaroslaw L.
$100, Simon Edwards
$100, Alexander G.
$100, Timothy M.
$75 (7th donation), Jon Espenschied aka “xeno”
$66, Cevad OZTUG
$59.59, Klaus K.
$59.59, Stefan K.
$59.59, Luis P.
$59.59, Markus B.
$59.59, E M. K.
$51.3 (2nd donation), Michel D. W. aka “NicNac”
$51.3 (2nd donation), Novica aka “Novica”
$51.3, Henk B.
$51.3, Andreas Z.
$50 (59th donation), Matthew M.
$50 (58th donation), Matthew M.
$50 (6th donation), Samson S. aka “Samtastic”
$50 (6th donation), Peter D.
$50 (2nd donation), Torben C.
$50 (2nd donation), Paul L.
$50, Carlos R.
$50, Gervais R.
$50, Brent B.
$50, Winston T.
$50, Robert E.
$43.09, Aubert (Holdup)
$42.42, Pierce H.
$42, Martin K.
$41.71, Giuseppe V.
$41.04 (3rd donation), Claus F. B.
$35.91 (10th donation), Frank Bechstein
$35.75 (61th donation), Olli K.
$35.75 (2nd donation), Martin W.
$35.75, Juha L.
$35.75, Philipp E.
$35.75, Kjartan H.
$30.78 (15th donation), Orlando M. M.
$30.78, Jean-paul R.
$30.78, Mario R.
$30.78, Andreas R.
$30.78, David B.
$30.78, Karoly T.
$30 (2nd donation), Murray C.
$30, Mike S.
$30, Jean P. O. O.
$30, Mj F.
$30, Gordon L.
$30, Brian S. G.
$30, Keith K.
$30, Art D. aka “darkruby”
$29.79, Helmut S.
$29.79, Sascha L.
$27.41, Julien C.
$25.65 (6th donation), Henk van C.
$25.65 (3rd donation), Carsten Wehner
$25.65, Karolien aka “Lina
$25.65, Iris W.
$25.65, Christoph R.
$25.65, Krzysztof G.
$25.65, Klaus J. O. E.
$25.65, Chaz C. aka “utopia”
$25 (42th donation), Ronald W.
$25 (4th donation), Scott L.
$25 (3rd donation), Charles R. H.
$25 (3rd donation), John H.
$25 (2nd donation), Justin F.
$25 (2nd donation), Phillip Z. T. and Silver Gallery
$25 (2nd donation), David T.
$25 (2nd donation), Louis P. aka “BikeLouP”
$25, Dave K.
$25, David S. A.
$25, T. L. K.
$25, R Biz LLC
$25, Richard R.
$25, Stephen M.
$25, Jaan S.
$25, Raymond L.
$25, Eugene H.
$25, James W.
$25, Jay J.
$25, J R. L.
$25, Matt G.
$24 (3rd donation), Don R.
$23.83 (3rd donation), Ky LMDE
$23.83 (2nd donation), Steverj aka “Somerset Scrumpy”
$23.83 (2nd donation), Joe T. aka “The Tekkie
$23.83 (2nd donation), Peter L.
$23.83, Peter J. C.
$23.83, Dusko K.
$23.83, Michel M.
$23.83, Anthony M.
$23.83, Daniel R.
$23.83, Peter W.
$23.83, Yan O.
$23.83, Wolfgang W.
$23.83, Francesca P.
$23.83, Ørnulv A.
$23.59, Matthias K.
$23 (2nd donation), Lael B.
$20.52 (3rd donation), Darek P.
$20.52 (2nd donation), CySoTec
$20.52, Peter N.
$20.52, Ueli L.
$20.52, Joel G.
$20.52, Daniel H.
$20.52, Toni P.
$20.52, Richard B.
$20.52, Johannes K.
$20.5, Bernard K.
$20 (7th donation), Thomas M.
$20 (4th donation), Arrowhead Computer Consulting, LLC aka “Jim (JR)
$20 (3rd donation), Alex N.
$20 (3rd donation), Ian M.
$20 (2nd donation), Ivan F. D. S.
$20 (2nd donation), James S.
$20 (2nd donation), Doug Person aka “Doug
$20 (2nd donation), Kanapat T.
$20 (2nd donation), John L.
$20 (2nd donation), CapraJack
$20, Peter G.
$20, Ronnie A.
$20, Gregory C. &. A.
$20, James N.
$20, Alexis C.
$20, Andrew M.
$20, Fredy A.
$20, Marvin H.
$20, Paul O.
$20, William N.
$20, Bruce M.
$20, Christopher A.
$20, Kevin M.
$20, Kirk C.
$20, Christine J. R.
$20, Layton N.
$20, John T.
$20, Christophe A.
$20, Alan W.
$20, Ronald R.
$20, Curt Vaughan aka “curtvaughan ”
$20, John Correa aka “JohnC”
$18, Dmitry K.
$17.87, Achim K.
$17.87, David C.
$17.87, Holger F.
$17.87, Aleksejs B.
$15.39 (2nd donation), Hamilton B.
$15.39, Clurow C.
$15.39, Luis B.
$15.39, Michael P.
$15.39, Xabier S. S.
$15.39, Thomas S.
$15, Robert R.
$15, Rajesh Hazari aka “Rajesh
$15, Eduardo B.
$15, Ricardo M.
$15, Nestor E. aka “eltolo”
$15, Paul T. aka “Tabo”
$14.5 (10th donation), Dominik K. aka “doke
$14.3, Martin C.
$11.91 (2nd donation), Alex A.
$11.91, Vladimir F.
$11.91, Andrea F.
$11.91, Christopher F.
$11.91, Pierre-gilles L.
$11.91, Aleksandar S.
$11.91, Eberhard R.
$11.91, Ollie J. aka “Ojay”
$11.91, Gopal P.
$11.91, Francisco U. R. R.
$11.91, Sven Lange aka “zven
$11.91, Lisette J.
$11.91, Michele C.
$11.91, Christian S.
$11.91, Harald G.
$11.91, Patrick D.
$11.91, Graham M.
$11.91, Sebastian K.
$11.91, Danilo S.
$10.26 (19th donation), Raymond E.
$10.26 (5th donation), Matúš L.
$10.26 (4th donation), Daniel P.
$10.26 (2nd donation), Hans H.
$10.26 (2nd donation), Alessandro L. aka “Armido”
$10.26 (2nd donation), Dmytro K.
$10.26, Robbieka
$10.26, Mladen A.
$10.26, Tom B.
$10.26, Peter J.
$10.26, Joachim K.
$10.26, Dmytro K.
$10.26, Kelvin D.
$10.26, David W.
$10.26, Mauro M.
$10.26, Florian H.
$10.26, William H.
$10.26, Andy G.
$10 (48th donation), Tony C. aka “S. LaRocca”
$10 (4th donation), Kouji Kobayashi
$10 (4th donation), Rodolfo D. N.
$10 (4th donation), Robert L.
$10 (4th donation), Wilson G.
$10 (4th donation), Tom M.
$10 (3rd donation), Snorri G.
$10 (3rd donation), Libertad Tecnologica
$10 (2nd donation), Carlos C.
$10 (2nd donation), Steven P.
$10 (2nd donation), Robert S.
$10 (2nd donation), Chris Mospaw aka “Mospaw
$10 (2nd donation), sure chap
$10 (2nd donation), Люблев Н.
$10 (2nd donation), Steve Jain
$10 (2nd donation), Bjørn A.
$10 (2nd donation), Larry J.
$10 (2nd donation), Donald K.
$10, George B.
$10, Jens E. D.
$10, Levent Ö.
$10, David G.
$10, Ramkumar I.
$10, Scott W.
$10, Erik L.
$10, Avi H.
$10, Luis H.
$10, Michael H.
$10, René López Caballero aka “renelc
$10, Dariusz B.
$10, Sumit B.
$10, Mihir D.
$10, Caleb J.
$10, Henry R.
$10, Jörg A.
$10, Alex P.
$10, Michael D.
$10, Долгасов И.
$10, Mikael V.
$10, Steven M. C.
$10, Kyle H.
$10, Shahnewaz Maqbul Ahmed aka “Shahnewaz”
$10, Dan M.
$10, Chris K.
$10, Rowen C.
$10, Masaomi YOSHIDA
$10, Cyril W.
$10, Anthony B.
$10, Victor S.
$10, Yano Y.
$10, Pedro P. J. C.
$10, Mark C.
$10, Todd H.
$10, Piotr B.
$9.23 (4th donation), Tomasz K.
$8.34, Кучма Р.
$8.2 (2nd donation), Rachael N.
$8, Curtis R.
$7.7, Wladimir M. aka “Wlad
$7.18, John G.
$7.14, Hugo M.
$7 (2nd donation), Jimmy M.
$7, Deaugustene D.
$6 (2nd donation), Robert M.
$6, Rajiv Gunja aka “GGR”
$5.95 (6th donation), Joanna Z. aka “GreenCatX”
$5.95 (2nd donation), Daniel G. aka “Ghedevil”
$5.95 (2nd donation), Liviu B.
$5.95 (2nd donation), Michael P.
$5.95, Stefan V. B.
$5.95, Dominik W.
$5.95, Tim H.
$5.95, Ocke K.
$5.95, narrow
$5.64, Jeffrey H.
$5.26, Laurent M.
$5.13 (9th donation), anonymous
$5.13 (3rd donation), Mario G.
$5.13, Stefan P.
$5.13, Patrick S.
$5.13, Mark L.
$5.13, Tiny W.
$5.13, Klaus Z.
$5.13, Sven W.
$5.13, Piotr K.
$5.13, Francisco A. V.
$5.13, Matthias S.
$5.13, Ivo K. aka “Rijia”
$5.13, Daniel L. D.
$5.13, Iraklis G.
$5.13, ebay
$5.13, Ruben C. V.
$5.1, Shamoun M.
$5.1, Andre K.
$5 (9th donation), Thomas F.
$5 (6th donation), frisky
$5 (4th donation), Michael E. aka “West”
$5 (3rd donation), Gonzalo M. D. O.
$5 (3rd donation), Harold F.
$5 (3rd donation), Andreas L.
$5 (3rd donation), Ahmed I. aka “Dr. King”
$5 (2nd donation), Jorge Contreras aka “jorgcon
$5 (2nd donation), Ivo S.
$5 (2nd donation), Thomas L.
$5, Ernest G.
$5, Y. S. Chung
$5, Chad G.
$5, Philip B.
$5, Fernando O.
$5, Arie & Michell U.
$5, Thomas F.
$5, Joshua P.
$5, Bryan A.
$5, Timi A.
$5, Martin K.
$5, Dean S.
$5, Robert E.
$5, Alexandra P. aka “Alex
$5, Juwon L.
$5, Nebula D. E. L.
$5, ac repair las vegas
$5, Todd A.
$5, Ivanov M.
$5, Patrick S.
$5, Jorge Contreras aka “jorgcon
$5, David J.
$4.76, Luca P.
$4.2 (9th donation), Maple Leafs
$4.1, Θεόδωρος Μ. aka “theodoreippon
$4.1, Lukas H.
$4, Dolev R.
$4, Decentralized Domain Names aka “PeerName
$3.97 (2nd donation), Aleksandr K.
$3.57, Ritvars P.
$3 (3rd donation), RoDi – sprava siete
$3, Sravan K. N.
$2.38, Oliver K.
$2.05, Dimitri S.
$2 (3rd donation), Ian E.
$2, Terri A.
$13.93 from 13 smaller donations

If you want to help Linux Mint with a donation, please visit http://www.linuxmint.com/donors.php

Rankings:

  • Distrowatch (popularity ranking): 2893 (1st)
  • Alexa (website ranking): 6819th

LibreOffice Special Edition – Volume 06

The LibreOffice series continues… We continue our assembly of Elmer Perry’s LibreOffice series in this, Volume 6. PLEASE NOTE: viewing the PDF in Chrome may show no images. The PDF is fine though when downloaded. Big thanks to Gene Young for compiling this volume.

LibreOffice Special Edition – Volume 05

The LibreOffice series continues… We continue our assembly of Elmer Perry’s LibreOffice series in this, Volume 5. PLEASE NOTE: there is some overlap from Vol.4 to this Vol.5 and viewing the PDF in Chrome shows no images. The PDF is fine though when downloaded. Big thanks to Gene Young for compiling this volume.

Ubuntu now available for pre-order on AMD-based laptops at Ebuyer.com

A number of new HP solutions preloaded with Ubuntu and powered by AMD technology are available on pre-order from Ebuyer.com Increases Ubuntu’s e-tail presence within the UK 05 May 2015, London: Electronic Commerce Retailer Ebuyer has launched a series of AMD-based HP laptops preloaded with Ubuntu. These devices are perfect for business and home users and […]

Ubuntu laptops available for pre-order with Ebuyer.com

Electronic Commerce Retailer Ebuyer has launched a series of AMD-based HP laptops preloaded with Ubuntu. These devices are perfect for business and home users and are now available for pre-order on Ebuyer.com; fully available at the end of May 2015. The launch with Ebuyer.com not only signals a significant milestone in terms of solidifying a partnership with one of the pre-eminent local electronic retailers, but increases Ubuntu’s e-tail presence here in the UK. Initially, Ebuyer.com […]

Ubuntu Online Summit

Next week, from the 5th to 7th of May, another edition of the Ubuntu Online Summit is taking off. Three days of sessions for developers, designers, advocates, users and all members of our diverse community. Along the developer-oriented discussions you’ll find presentations, workshops, lightning talks and much more. It’s a great opportunity for existing and […]

Neutron, 0mq and Git deployment – Ubuntu OpenStack 15.04 Charm Release

Alongside the Ubuntu 15.04 release on the 23rd April, the Ubuntu OpenStack Engineering team delivered the latest release of the OpenStack charms for deploying and managing OpenStack on Ubuntu using Juju. Here are some selected highlights from this most recent charm release. OpenStack Kilo support As always, we’ve enabled charm support for OpenStack Kilo alongside […]

Getting started with LXD – the container lightervisor

Introduction For the past 6 months, Serge Hallyn, Tycho Andersen, Chuck Short, Ryan Harper and myself have been very busy working on a new container project called LXD. Ubuntu 15.04, due to be released this Thursday, will contain LXD 0.7 in its repository. This is still the early days and while we’re confident LXD 0.7 […]

Full Circle Magazine #96 – It’s a whopper!

It has arrived. Quite possibly the biggest issue ever. A whopping 63 pages of FCM goodness! Enjoy! This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Program in Python, LibreOffice, Using LaTeX, and [NEW!] Programming JavaScript * Graphics : Inkscape. * [NEW!] Chrome Cult * Linux Labs: OwnCloud * [NEW!] Ubuntu Phones – Interview with Cristian Parrino * Review: Precision m3800 DE laptop * Ubuntu Games: Cities: Skylines plus: News, Arduino, Q&A, and soooo much […]

PrivateInternetAccess becomes Linux Mint’s main sponsor

 

I’m happy to announce that PrivateInternetAccess is now the primary sponsor for Linux Mint.

PrivateInternetAccess, PIA, is one of the world’s­ leading VPN providers. The company has been praised for their policy to never log data and for offering some of the lowest subscription prices available. PIA offers 3,180 servers and 16 countries to choose from as well as unlimited bandwidth and up to 5 devices per customer account.

Many of our in-house developers and marketing staff utilize Linux Mint as a desktop.  It is great because everything just works.
We’re big fans of open source and sponsor quite a bit of projects as well as other types of organizations that fight for privacies, civil liberties, etc.  Since some of us were already using Linux Mint, it made sense!

Among other Open Source projects, PIA also sponsors Freenode and GNOME.

We’re proud to welcome PIA as our new sponsor and very grateful for the financial help they’re giving us.

 

Unity 8 Won’t Be Very Different Visually from Unity 7

Unity 8 is not ready for regular use, but Canonical is improving it all the time. Users need to know that despite all the important changes and improvements announced for the Unity 8, it won’t be terribly different from the current implementation. One of the things Canonical learned the hard way is the fact that you don’t radically change the desktop environment and hope that you made the right call. The company changed the desktop […]

LMDE 2 “Betsy” MATE released!

The team is proud to announce the release of LMDE 2 “Betsy” MATE.

LMDE 2 “Betsy” MATE Edition

LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) is a very exciting distribution, targeted at experienced users, which provides the same environment as Linux Mint but uses Debian as its package base, instead of Ubuntu.

LMDE is less mainstream than Linux Mint, it has a much smaller user base, it is not compatible with PPAs, and it lacks a few features. That makes it a bit harder to use and harder to find help for, so it is not recommended for novice users.

LMDE is however slightly faster than Linux Mint and it runs newer packages. Life on the LMDE side can be exciting. There are no point releases in LMDE 2, except for bug fixes and security fixes base packages stay the same, but Mint and desktop components are updated continuously. When ready, newly developed features get directly into LMDE 2, whereas they are staged for inclusion on the next upcoming Linux Mint 17.x point release. Consequently, Linux Mint users only run new features when a new point release comes out and they opt-in to upgrade to it. LMDE 2 users don’t have that choice, but they also don’t have to wait for new packages to mature and they usually get to run them first. It’s more risky, but more exciting.

Important info:

  • Login and password for the live session
  • Gtk theme and icons failing to load
  • Multi-core and multi-CPU support in 32-bit kernel
  • Modprobe errors, warning messages during the boot sequence
  • Yumi multiboot

Make sure to read the “Release Notes” to be aware of important info or known issues related to this release.

System requirements:

  • x86 processor (Linux Mint 64-bit requires a 64-bit processor. Linux Mint 32-bit works on both 32-bit and 64-bit processors).
  • 512MB RAM (1GB recommended for a comfortable usage).
  • 9GB of disk space (20GB recommended).
  • Graphics card capable of 800×600 resolution (1024×768 recommended).
  • DVD drive or USB port

Upgrade instructions:

We’re currently working on an upgrade path for LMDE 1 users.

Announcements will be made on this blog when the upgrade is ready.

Download:Md5 sum:

  • 32-bit: 55d22b55687770f7e60013ccf1575baf
  • 64-bit: c925dad6559f2a76392a997841bf690a

Torrents:

HTTP Mirrors for the 32-bit DVD ISO:

HTTP Mirrors for the 64-bit DVD ISO:

Enjoy!

We look forward to receiving your feedback. Thank you for using Linux Mint and have a lot of fun with this new release!

LMDE 2 “Betsy” Cinnamon released!

The team is proud to announce the release of LMDE 2 “Betsy” Cinnamon.

LMDE 2 “Betsy” Cinnamon Edition

LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) is a very exciting distribution, targeted at experienced users, which provides the same environment as Linux Mint but uses Debian as its package base, instead of Ubuntu.

LMDE is less mainstream than Linux Mint, it has a much smaller user base, it is not compatible with PPAs, and it lacks a few features. That makes it a bit harder to use and harder to find help for, so it is not recommended for novice users.

LMDE is however slightly faster than Linux Mint and it runs newer packages. Life on the LMDE side can be exciting. There are no point releases in LMDE 2, except for bug fixes and security fixes base packages stay the same, but Mint and desktop components are updated continuously. When ready, newly developed features get directly into LMDE 2, whereas they are staged for inclusion on the next upcoming Linux Mint 17.x point release. Consequently, Linux Mint users only run new features when a new point release comes out and they opt-in to upgrade to it. LMDE 2 users don’t have that choice, but they also don’t have to wait for new packages to mature and they usually get to run them first. It’s more risky, but more exciting.

Important info:

  • Login and password for the live session
  • Gtk theme and icons failing to load
  • Multi-core and multi-CPU support in 32-bit kernel
  • Modprobe errors, warning messages during the boot sequence
  • Yumi multiboot

Make sure to read the “Release Notes” to be aware of important info or known issues related to this release.

System requirements:

  • x86 processor (Linux Mint 64-bit requires a 64-bit processor. Linux Mint 32-bit works on both 32-bit and 64-bit processors).
  • 512MB RAM (1GB recommended for a comfortable usage).
  • 9GB of disk space (20GB recommended).
  • Graphics card capable of 800×600 resolution (1024×768 recommended).
  • DVD drive or USB port

Upgrade instructions:

We’re currently working on an upgrade path for LMDE 1 users.

Announcements will be made on this blog when the upgrade is ready.

Download:

Md5 sum:

  • 32-bit: 334c3f022eacdb24df81d3ad876ecbb9
  • 64-bit: 5e5d617c6c6daed27cba9c1aca75c4ca

Torrents:

HTTP Mirrors for the 32-bit DVD ISO:

HTTP Mirrors for the 64-bit DVD ISO:

Enjoy!

We look forward to receiving your feedback. Thank you for using Linux Mint and have a lot of fun with this new release!

Linux Mint 17.2 codenamed ‘Rafaela’

The second 17.x point release will be Linux Mint 17.2 codename ‘Rafaela’.

Rafaela is a feminine form of Raphael, which is of Hebrew origin and which meaning is “God has healed”.

The name Raphael is attested as far back as c. 1350 BCE. It was made popular by many illustrious characters and historical figures:

  • An archangel in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
  • An Italian master painter and architect in the High Renaissance
  • A Spanish tennis player
  • A Ninja Turtle :)

Linux Mint 17 and Linux Mint 17.1 users will have the choice to upgrade or not, and that upgrade will be both easy and safe.

What is Ubuntu Snappy?

If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably heard about this new thing from Canonical called “Snappy” Ubuntu Core, but at the same time trying to understand exactly what it is may leave you cross-eyed, especially with the buzzwords such as “cloud”, “containers” and “apps” floating about. Once you get a handle on it, it’s obvious […]

GTK 3.14, Nautilus 3.14 Land In Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet [Quick Update]

Quick update for Ubuntu users planning to use Ubuntu 15.04: GTK 3.14 has landed in Ubuntu 15.04 Vivid Vervet. And of course, the default Ubuntu themes, Ambiance and Radiance, have been updated with GTK 3.14 support.Furthermore, Nautilus, an application that wasn’t updated in quite a while and was still at version 3.10, has been updated […]