Topic: Engineering

Certification of HP Desktops

Desktop, Engineering

The well-earned accolade that it ‘just works’ is one of the reasons that Ubuntu has been propelled to the position of the most widely shipped and installed Linux desktop. Behind that accolade are an army of community and professional developers working closely towards the goal of offering a superb quality desktop experience. For many planners […]

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Ubuntu Server and Apache Tomcat – refreshed and supported together with MuleSoft

Engineering, open source, Server

Earlier this year, MuleSoft approached us with the desire to partner and offer to work with Canonical to improve our default java container, Tomcat, for Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server. The idea was to make Tomcat on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS easier to download, install, and configure on Ubuntu than JBOSS is on RHEL. The Ubuntu Server […]

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2009 Ubuntu Server Edition user survey

Engineering, open source, Server

The Ubuntu Server Team wants to know how you use Ubuntu Server Edition in day-to-day operations to help the team prioritize the support and development of the product.  This is the second edition of this initiative which was first introduced in 2008. In an effort to better understand, support and further the Ubuntu Server Edition […]

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Ubuntu ARM Port

Engineering

We are excited about working with ARM, ARM’s partners and the wider community on delivering a port of Ubuntu to ARM. Today we announced support for the armel architecture which is now also supported through Launchpad, Canonical’s collaboration tool at https://launchpad.net/ Some points to note: Ubuntu will target the new ARM EABI For now, builds […]

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