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Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Plan and Derivative Reviewed

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  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Could Come with Snap Apps Preinstalled

    Ubuntu devs propose shipping Snap apps by default in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, though decisions need to be made around policy and maintainability first.

  • Policies for snaps shipped with Ubuntu being created

    Ever since Ubuntu 16.04, which launched just under two years ago, Canonical has made it possible to install snap packages. Snaps are self-contained applications that include dependencies for the software to run, they also bolster security by giving developers more control over the update process and the dependencies. Now, Canonical is trying to formulate policies around snaps which it wants to ship by default in future versions of Ubuntu.

  • POP! OS Linux Review – For The Record

    POP! OS Linux Review. In this For The Record, I take a look at POP! OS, why it’s unique despite being so closely related to Ubuntu and who it’s target market is.

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