Category: Linux Distributions

Install Docker in Ubuntu

How to Install Docker in Ubuntu

Docker – A brief introduction As you probably know, Docker is a fast, lightweight, OS level virtualization technology for developers and system administrators who wants to build an application with all of its dependencies, and...

UbuntuBSD wants to join in the Official Ubuntu flavours

A while ago, we have published an article about UbuntuBSD which is the combination of FreeBSD and Ubuntu. UbuntuBSD is powered by FreeBSD kernel, and has the look, feel, and functionality of Ubuntu operating system. UbuntuBSD...

Ubuntu is everywhere [Infographic]

Ubuntu is everywhere! Do you agree? I didn’t say this, but the users do. Even Microsoft loves Linux, and it brings Ubuntu to its upcoming Windows 10 release. Microsoft brings Ubuntu to Windows 10 Canonical team...

Here is the default set of wallpapers for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Nathan Haines, the member of Ubuntu project, has announced the default set of wallpapers for the upcoming Ubuntu 16.04 LTS operating system. Ubuntu 16.04 LTS final release is due for April 21, 2016. Ubuntu final...

Budgie desktop in Ubuntu

Install Budgie Desktop in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

About Budgie Desktop As you probably know, Budgie is the default Desktop environment of Solus Operating System. Budgie isn’t a fork of any other DEs. It is completely new, and written from scratch. The main...