Mark your calendars. The Meizu MX4 Ubuntu Phone will be on sale, directly from Meizu, from Thursday the 25th June at a touch below €300. Specs 5.3-inch IPS screen (1920 x 1152 pixels, 418 ppi) MediaTek MT6595 CPU @ 2.0GHz (octa-core) 2GB RAM 20.7 MP rear camera, 2MP front-facing 16GB eMMC storage 3100 mAh battery
A quick look at how to use an Ubuntu phone.
The problem appears to be resolved (see comments below). We are aware of an issue in Chrome 43.0.2357.125 (64-bit) (from the package google-chrome-stable) that results in the page not rendering correctly. It seems to be caused by a bug in either Chrome, or the .deb package (from Google’s homepage). What’s affected: Only the stable 64 bit version (43.0.2357.125)
Apple this week made an announcement worthy of applause and, indeed, the news received the loudest applause of opening day at WWDC. The company said it will open source its programming language Swift and allow developers to compile programs on Linux. This is a smart move for Apple and a big win for the developer community. Apple has long valued developers, but this week adopted a key strategy that has become the de facto approach […]
OK, here’s the story: Our admin hasn’t been heard from in over a year and I’ve no idea if/when the domain/hosting will/won’t get paid. That’s a bit too much uncertainty for my liking. So, I’m moving the FCM site to hosting that I pay for. I’ll also be paying for the domain name. The site is currently in the making. Thanks to Lucas Westermann (Mr. Command & Conquer). HUGE thanks to him for taking on the job […]
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
It’s here. The second to last issue of 2014. This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : Python, LibreOffice, and Managing Multiple Passwords With A Script * Graphics : Inkscape. * Linux Labs: Compiling a Kernel Pt 4 and Kodi Pt 2 * Review: Elementary OS * Book Review: Web Development with MongoDB and […]
The Developer Edition is exactly what it says on the tin: a browser built around the needs of web developers. The Firefox team set out to bring together tools needed to keep developers productive across a multi-device and multi-platform environment, “creating a focal point to streamline your development workflow.” Though the Firefox Developer Edition has […]
The Ubuntu Online Summit is an event that allows the Ubuntu community to contribute to the development of the operating system by taking part in discussions with the developers. It features a lot of topics regarding the system, some more complex than others, but pretty much all of the aspects of the distribution will be […]
Full Circle Issue #90 Full Circle – the independent magazine for the Ubuntu Linux community are proud to announce the release of our ninetieth issue. This month: * Command & Conquer * How-To : OpenConnect to Cisco, LibreOffice, and Broadcasting With WebcamStudio * Graphics : Inkscape. * Linux Labs: Compiling a Kernel Pt.3 * Review: MEGAsync * Ubuntu Games: […]
As you may know, Packt Publishing supports Full Circle Magazine with review copies of books, so it’s only fair that we help them by bringing this offer to your attention: PacktLib provides full online access to over 2000 books and videos to give users the knowledge they need, when they need it. From innovative new solutions […]
In 2006, Amazon was an E-commerce site building out its own IT infrastructure in order to sell more books. Now, AWS and EC2 are well-known acronyms to system administrators and developers across the globe looking to the public cloud to build and deploy web-scale applications. But how exactly did a book seller become a large […]
If you’d like to know the very second FCM is out, and on all of your devices then install Pushbullet and subscribe to the Full Circle Magazine channel: https://www.pushbullet.com/channel?tag=fcm I’m not sure if I can push a 15MB PDF through Pushbullet, but I’ll give it a first try when FCM#90 is out (31st). There’s also […]