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Ubuntu 15.04 Switches to Linux Kernel 3.19.3

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Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) is getting closer to the official release, which is scheduled for the end of this month. The developers have just upgraded the Linux kernel, and it looks like this might be the winning version.

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Locally Integrated Menus back on Vivid Vervet’s menu

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Ubuntu 15.04, Vivid Vervet, just might be one of the biggest Ubuntu releases in several years. It might be more remarkable, though, for what you don’t see.

The beta is now here, ahead of this month’s scheduled release.

Anyone paying any amount of attention to the Linux world over the past couple of years has likely at least heard of systemd.

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Also: Linux Mint: No Plans to Drop Ubuntu as Base for Popular Desktop Linux OS

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Debian Won't Replace Ubuntu as the Base for Linux Mint, Says Project Leader

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Linux Mint is based on Ubuntu, but its makers are also working on a Debian-based one. The leader of the project has confirmed that they have no intention to replace one with the other unless the Debian edition becomes immensely popular.

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Ubuntu Touch to Receive New OTA Update with Battery Improvements

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A new update for the RTM branch of Ubuntu Touch is in the works, and the developers are making the final adjustments. Users should see improvements in battery life, among other changes.

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There Are Now More than 1,000 Apps and Scopes for Ubuntu Touch

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The Ubuntu Touch platform is still young and it's only available "officially" on a single phone, that was made available only sporadically through flash sales, but the number of apps in the store has been increasing on a constant basis, so much so that there are now more than a 1,000 apps available.

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Here’s How to Create the Perfect Ubuntu Origami Unicorn - Video

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After announcing last week the Ubuntu Origami Unicorn contest, which can bring an awesome new BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition phone to a user that folds the best-looking Unicorn, today Canonical decided that it’s finally time to show the world how to make the perfect origami unicorn.

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Also: Canonical Eyes Telecom, NFV Innovation with Ericsson Cloud Partnership

Creating a Unified Ubuntu Experience

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On it's own, Ubuntu is a solid desktop Linux experience. It offers ample application choices and it's easy to use. But one area I would like to see greater focus is mirroring one desktop to another. That is, being able to find the same documents and other files I use on both desktop machines. In this article I'll explore options I've found useful in creating a unified Ubuntu Experience.

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Also: The big lesson from Ubuntu, Windows and Coca Cola

Black Lab Linux Wants Ubuntu 10.04 Users to Upgrade to Their Professional Desktop

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Black Lab Software, the creator of the Black Lab Linux series of computer operating systems based on the world’s most popular Linux distribution, Ubuntu, announced earlier today, March 30, on their Twitter account, that they will offer customers who use Ubuntu 10.04 LTS a fully supported upgrade path to their Professional Desktop edition.

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BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition First-Time Boot - Video

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Today we take a quick look at the first time boot and configuration of the BQ Aquaris E4.5 Ubuntu Edition smartphone. Those of you who watched our unboxing video of the first ever Ubuntu Phone device, would know that it takes some time for the operating system to start when used for first time.

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