Ubuntu 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ Released

Canonical today announced the release of Ubuntu 19.04 “Disco Dingo.” With Linux 5.0 and GNOME 3.32, Disco Dingo features performance improvements and visual tweaks. Whether or not you upgrade, Disco Dingo lays the groundwork for future long term support releases of Ubuntu. From a report: Keep in mind, version 19.04 is not LTS (Long Term Support), meaning it is only supported until January 2020. “Ubuntu 19.04 introduces GNOME 3.32 with higher frame rates, smoother startup animations, quicker icon load times and reduced CPU+GPU load. Fractional scaling for HiDPI screens is now available in X-org and Wayland. Installing Ubuntu on VMWare will automatically install open-vm-tools for bi-directional clipboard, easy sharing of files and graceful power state management,” says Canonical. The Ubuntu-maker further says, “In Ubuntu 19.04, multiple instances of the same snap can be installed for CI/CD, testing or phased rollouts. For example, two versions of a database or two versions


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Ubuntu Linux 19.04 ‘Disco Dingo’ is finally available for download

Christmas. Thanksgiving. Ubuntu release day. What do those three things have in common? They are days that cause many people to get excited. Back in the day, computer users would get excited about a new version of Windows too, such as Windows 95, XP, and 7 to name a few. Since Windows 8, however, Microsoft’s new operating systems are hardly a reason for celebration. New versions of Ubuntu, the extremely popular Linux-based operating system, does pique the interest of many, including yours truly. Today, Linux users around the world should celebrate, as Ubuntu 19.04 “Disco Dingo” is finally here! Following… [Continue Reading]


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Installing Ubuntu Cloud as RDP-enabled Remote Desktop in an offline Openstack environment

In this tutorial, we’ll be deploying an RDP-enabled Linux host serving as a Remote Desktop on a limited access (no internet connectivity) environment. For that purpose, we’ll be using two mirrored instances of Ubuntu Cloud servers, one online and the other offline, so that the correct packages can be deployed on the offline server.


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Ubuntu 19.04 Disco Dingo Beta now available with Linux kernel 5.0 and GNOME 3.32

Ubuntu is a great operating system. In fact, it has been so good for so long that many people take it for granted. Seriously, folks, think about how remarkable it is that such a high-quality Linux distribution is available for free. Despite it not costing anything, Ubuntu is arguably superior to the much-maligned Windows 10. Microsoft’s operating system actually costs money now, and many users didn’t even upgrade when it was offered for free. Today, Canonical’s operating system reaches a major milestone. You see, Ubuntu 19.04, which is named “Disco Dingo,” has achieved Beta status. And yes, you can download… [Continue Reading]


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Dockerizing Laravel with Nginx MySQL and Docker Compose on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

In this guide, we’re going to show you how to Dockerize the Laravel project with PHP-FPM, MySQL database, and the Nginx web server using the Docker Compose on the Ubuntu Server 18.04. We’re going to create a new docker image for the Laravel Project, and then create the docker-compose.yml script that contains some services including, the App/Laravel itself, Nginx web server, and MySQL database.


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Install WordPress with Nginx, MariaDB 10 and PHP 7 on Ubuntu 18.04

WordPress 5 recently released with some core changes, such as the Gutenberg editor. Many of our readers might want to test it on their own server. For those of you, in this tutorial we…
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How to Setup Private Docker Registry on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Docker Registry or ‘Registry’ is an open source and highly scalable server-side application that can be used to store and distribute Docker images. In this tutorial, we’re going to show you how to install and configure a Private Docker Registry on a Ubuntu 18.04 server.


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