The Ubuntu Server community and Canonical are again asking Ubuntu users just exactly how they are using Ubuntu Server Edition -- and in what kinds of organizations.
on 01/17/2011 – Made popular on 01/17/2011
Canonical has been developing Ubuntu for phones for more than a year, and its new OS is already considered stable. Now, users and developers will get a chance to say what they like and what they don't like about Ubuntu Touch in a new survey.
It's not like Canonical to ask people if they like their operating system, even if they rely a lot on what the community wants and reports.
On April 17, Canonical published details, in a security notice, about an X.Org X server vulnerability for its Ubuntu 12.10, Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Ubuntu 11.10, and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS operating systems.According to Canonical, the X server could be made to reveal keystrokes of other users.It was discovered that the X.Org X server did not properly clear input events in certain circumstances.
I seen on the Ubuntu website that there is a server edition. This is good because I wan to install Ubuntu on a server: specifically this server, "Dell 2950 Twin Quad Core 2.66Ghz 16GB RAM SATA/SAS RAID PowerEdge Server VMware".
However I have three questions that I could not find the answers to.
Canonical, through Daniel Holbach, had the pleasure of announcing on the last day of May that the community.ubuntu.com website is now online. All members of the Ubuntu community, Ubuntu developers and Ubuntu users are now able to easily communicate with each other, share their knowledge and teach the Ubuntu ways to newcomers, via the Ubuntu Community website.
Guess what? With two weeks ahead of the final release of Ubuntu 12.10, Canonical decided to open up their shop with DVDs for the next major release of Ubuntu. Both Ubuntu 12.10 Desktop Edition and Ubuntu 12.10 Server Edition are now available for pre-order from Canonical’s online store.How many can you buy? Well, the best news is that... (read more)
Canonical, the commercial developer of the open source operating system Ubuntu, will release on Thursday Ubuntu 9.10 Server Edition and Ubuntu 9.10 Desktop Edition. The two latest releases come on the heals of last week's release of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system.