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Azul Systems Joins Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme

Azul has joined Canonical’s Charm Partner Programme. This program helps solution providers make the best use of Canonical’s universal service modeling tool, Juju, which enables instant workload deployment, integration, and scaling on any public or private cloud, as well as bare metal, at the click of a button. 347 more words

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Linux distros (and FreeBSD): join the UEFI Forum

Hey Linux/FreeBSD distros: it’s great that you’ve got UEFI support including Secure Boot certs. But that’s not enough, you need to join the UEFI Forum, and help evolve UEFI to be more Linux-friendly. 603 more words

Canonical's Revised Intellectual Property Policy

I would like to add my own, personal, thoughts to the new IP policy released by Canonical on July 15th 2015. The first thing I keep in mind is that Canonical is trying to balance the needs of a for-profit company with the ideals of free software. 1,933 more words


Secure Boot strength varies by Linux implementation

UEFI Secure Boot is a build-time feature of UEFI that helps secure the boot process from some boot-time attacks, optionally using TPM hardware if available. Secure Boot became widespread on Windows hardware during Windows 8 timeframe. 774 more words

Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS Review

Ubuntu is a vibrant and good-looking operating system. It has many features including some that are comparable to the commercial Windows and Mac OSX operating systems. 932 more words


Meizu launches a new MX4 running Ubuntu

The  most ambitious Linux Distro in recent years is probably Ubuntu. Firstly, it gathered a large userbase, but that was only a small achievement. 169 more words

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