As Ubuntu moves more and more spiritually away from being another “Linux” Distribution (check their site, the word Linux is not to be found, they have changed the language to refer to themselves as “the world’s most popular open source desktop operating system” instead), they continue to make efforts in certifying hardware from various vendors […]
Although all distributions of Linux have access to a purely open source “Java” for application support and basic Java development (called OpenJDK with the IcedTea Java Compiler), we all know that there are certain pieces of the full JDK that are missing or have yet to be reverse engineered and release as purely open source.
In our last article, we casually mentioned a number of the changes that have taken place between Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS over the last two years.
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With the recent release of Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (affectionately known as “Trusty Tahr”), there are a number of people (and organizations) that have been waiting to upgrade from LTS to LTS desktop or server.