12 Jul 2016

WATCH: How to Install Budgie Desktop In Ubuntu 16.04


This video will help how to install budgie desktop 10 Ubuntu 16.04 and Ubuntu 15.10.

As we know, Budgie is the flagship desktop of the Solus Operating System and is part of the Solus Project. Designed with the modern user in mind, it focuses on simplicity and elegance. Written from scratch with integration in mind, the Budgie desktop tightly integrates with the GNOME stack, employing underlying technologies to offer an alternative desktop experience.

Enter the following command to install Budgie Desktop 10 in Ubuntu 15.10/16.04:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:fossfreedom/budgie-desktop
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install budgie-desktop

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10 Jun 2016

Linux Distro To Try: Ubuntu Studio


Ubuntu Studio is a variant of Ubuntu aimed at the GNU/Linux audio, video and graphic enthusiast as well as professional. The distribution provides a collection of open-source applications available for multimedia creation.

Review of Ubuntu Studio 16.04 LTS codenamed Xenial Xerus, which is a Long Term Support release and will be supported until 2019.

Ubuntu Studio 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) LTS was released on 21.04.2016.

Short list of new features:
– ubuntustudio-controls rewritten from scratch (also in Wily) for administering realtime privilege for user.
– Desktop setup more closely synced with Xubuntu for this release
– Changed from libav to ffmpeg
– A few changes in our multimedia package selection

Ubuntu Studio is a free and open source operative system, and an official flavor of Ubuntu. Ubuntu Studio is the most widely used multimedia orientated GNU/Linux distribution in the world. It comes preinstalled with a selection of the most common free multimedia applications available, and is configured for best performance for the Ubuntu Studio defined workflows: Audio, Graphics, Video, Photography and Publishing.

Ubuntu Studio is released every six months, but a long term release (LTS) version is released only every 2 years.


You can get the ISOs from:

System Requirements:
The minimum RAM memory requirement for Ubuntu Studio is 1GB. It is highly recommended that you have 4GB, or more, as some applications use up a lot of RAM. The absolute minimum Hard Disk space required is at around 10GB, but that is just for installing the system.

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06 May 2016

WATCH: ICYMI, See What’s New In Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial Xerus officially released by canonical. This release brings many changes and improvements. Powered by long-term supported Linux kernel 4.4, Unity as default desktop update to version 7.4, allowing users to moving the Unity Launcher to the bottom. Features option to ‘Always Show’ app menus in menu bar or locally, Add Session shortcuts to unity dash, replace ubuntu software center with GNOME software and more…


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25 Apr 2016

Ubuntu Budgie 16.04 Officially Released

The Ubuntu Budgie Remix distro is now available for download.

The announcement came from the Budgie Remix team.

The budgie-remix team are proud to announce the 16.04 release of budgie-remix.

Built upon the superb 16.04 Ubuntu LTS package archive, this is our very first full release using the excellent budgie-desktop from the Solus Project team.

64bit and 32bit ISO’s are available as well as bittorrents for these ISO’s – remember to keep seeding please!

Next step will be the 16.04.1 release of budgie-remix in approximately three months time.

Likewise we’ll be publishing our first alpha 16.10 builds in July, looking forward to the 16.10 release in October.

The Ubuntu Budgie team is working on the 16.10 version, codename Ubuntu Yakkety Yak. It will be available later this year.

The ISOs for Ubuntu Budgie Remix are now available for download.

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08 Apr 2016

According to Demographic, Ubuntu Powers Almost Everything

According to an article on Ubuntu.com, a demographic was posted with research done that shows the powerhouse of Ubuntu.

According to the article, the streaming service Netflix, the transportation service Uber and even the International Space Station all run on Ubuntu.

The list doesn’t stop there, with other major names such as Dropbox, Tesla and even Snapchat.

To celebrate our upcoming 16.04 LTS we wanted to shine a bit of light on how many people in the world actually use Ubuntu. As users aren’t required to register their installation, devices are pre-loaded with the software and servers powered by Ubuntu – this means it’s not as easy to track users. However the reality is, hundreds of millions of  PCs, servers, devices, virtual machines, and containers have booted Ubuntu to date and are in use!

The demographic was created by Ubuntu blogger, Dustin Kirkland of the Product team.


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