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Ubuntu 16.10 Review

Ubuntu 16.10 Review

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 14, 2016
Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 14, 2016

With the recent release of Ubuntu 16.10, we thought we'd delve into the latest release of this popular Linux distribution and share with your our Ubuntu 16.10 Review. This review is intended for the desktop user.If you hop distros as much as I do (see Trials and Tribulations of a Distro Hopper) then you're probably pretty excited to mess with this release. The installation process for Ubuntu... Read More →

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Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 14, 2016

The Ubuntu MATE team have announced the release of Ubuntu MATE 16.10. Normally, point releases such as this don't offer massive changes but in this particular case, there are some huge changes in this release.Ubuntu MATE 16.10 have completely migrated the platform to GTK 3+ half a year early thanks to the financial support of the community. According to the press release, Ubuntu MATE is the first... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 14, 2016

TYPO3, the free and open source CMS with a commercial offering, and Platform.sh, the continuous delivery cloud hosting company, have announced that TYPO3 is available to test on Platform.sh from October 26 2016 onwards. This will give all TYPO3 users full access to Platform.sh’s revolutionary cloud-hosting capabilities.That means it'll be ready just in time for TYPO3's next conference, T3CON in... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 14, 2016

So you've decided that your brand will benefit from having a document management system. That's almost certainly a wise decision.But adopting a DMS takes more than just installing it or signing up for it. A deployment process needs to take place – an efficient one.To help you out, here's a guidebook that covers the essentials of deploying any document management system effectively, and with... Read More →

Mike Johnston

By Mike Johnston

October 13, 2016

It's been a great day for Linux geeks (and those of us with distro hopping issues) because Canonical has released Ubuntu 16.10 to the public. This version, dubbed Yakkety Yak, is now available for all to download from the Ubuntu website.Ubuntu 16.10 will be supported for 9 months until July 2017 therefore if you are looking for an OS with long term support, stick with 16.04 for now. Ubuntu 16.10... Read More →

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