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What Articles Would You Like to Read?
May 10, 2014, 1:06 p.m. by Nathan Osman

Here at 2buntu, we have a single goal: to bring relevant news, tips, and tutorials to you, the reader. In order to do that, we search the Internet for content that we believe would be valuable reading material for the typical Ubuntu user. Sometimes we throw in some of our own experience for good measure. One of the things that ...


Flappy Gnome: A Flappy Bird Clone (And Tutorial) In Vala
May 9, 2014, 10:02 a.m. by Roland Taylor

If you are mourning the loss of Flappy Bird, and the abject lack of clones (okay, I'm being sarcastic, I admit), then mourn no more! Robert Roth, a Gnome developer, has created a usable clone (in Vala) for the Linux desktop. Along with that, he's written a tutorial for fellow coders (integral with the code as comments). The entire application ...


8 Days Left To Support Project Gooseberry!
April 30, 2014, 10:14 p.m. by Roland Taylor

You may (or may not) have heard, but the Blender Foundation (and many from around the world) are working on what will be the first feature open feature film! I won't bother to go into a myriad of details, but I will say this: Project Gooseberry Needs You! If you can donate, do it! All the information you need is ...


Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Released
April 17, 2014, 9:09 a.m. by Nathan Osman

Today is an exciting day for Ubuntu users: Ubuntu 14.04 ("Trusty Tahr") has been released. Not only is Trusty a new release, it's also an LTS (long term support) release. Trusty will continue to be supported well into 2019. The official list of supported flavors includes: Edubuntu Kubuntu Lubuntu Mythbuntu Ubuntu GNOME Ubuntu Kylin Ubuntu Studio Xubuntu What's New Here's ...


The New 2buntu
April 16, 2014, 6:43 a.m. by 2buntu.com

Today is an exciting day for 2buntu. The 2buntu team has been hard at work behind the scenes working on something amazing. Today, one day before the release of Trusty, we are pleased to unveil the new 2buntu. This article is going to be quite long and detailed since we have a number of new and exciting things to announce. ...


Writing Tools for the Modern Writer
April 11, 2014, 4:54 p.m. by Nitin Venkatesh

There are quite a few tools dedicated for writing out there. But I was looking for something that supported Markdown, version control and sharing capabilities. I've rounded up the three services I liked most (and which I use for different scenarios - writing short documents, blog posts and a novel). So here they are (not ordered by ranking): Typewrite Draft ...


The Heartbleed Bug
April 7, 2014, 9:18 p.m. by Nathan Osman

OpenSSL is one of the most ubiquitous components in a secure network environment. In fact, chances are good that if you accessed the Internet today your browser communicated with a number of servers running OpenSSL. Today, an announcement was made describing a critical flaw in the OpenSSL source code. The Problem According to heartbleed.com (which goes into quite a bit ...


Free Book Sources
April 4, 2014, 1:04 p.m. by Nitin Venkatesh

Here's a roundup of a few sites that offer a plethora of books and texts for your reading pleasure. For those of you with no time on your hands, here's the list: Project Gutenberg Archive.org / Open Library WikiBooks Oreilly's OpenBook Goodreads ManyBooks Feedbooks Free Programming books on GitHub 1. Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg is one of the biggest and ...


Canonical shuts down Ubuntu One.
April 3, 2014, 10:08 p.m. by Amith KK

Ubuntu's CEO, Jane Silber, in her blog post on the Canonical blog has announced that Ubuntu One, Canonical's online storage solution is being shut down. Since this was posted on the 2nd of April, I thought it was a late April Fool's joke, alas! It was not. Ubuntu One will be available until June 1, but as of Wednesday, customers ...


Ubuntu Touch to include "libITCH"
April 2, 2014, 8:21 p.m. by Roland Taylor

You're in an important meeting, your phone is in your bag, so you have it on silent, and you'd hate to have it vibrating all over the table. How will you ever know that you have incoming notifications? Enter libITCH. This revolutionary library for human-interaction allows your phone to use you, the user as a notification centre. No more vibrating ...


I have discovered a taste for DeaDBeeF
April 2, 2014, 1:54 p.m. by Roland Taylor

I don't know why it took me so long, maybe it is my aversion to the overly minimal, but recently, with my computer's age beginning to show showing its ugly head, I've learned to embrace the minimalism that I've been one to avoid. In this quest for peace, I've come across a not-so-new music player, that has made me a ...


Canonical Announces Smart Watch
March 31, 2014, 9:20 p.m. by Nathan Osman

Yes folks, the future is here. Today, Canonical announced the Ubuntu Smart Watch. This tiny little gadget allows you ta take the world's most popular Linux distribution around with you on your sleeve. Use your favorite Ubuntu application while you're on the go without carrying around a bulky phone in your pocket. The following picture of the new device was ...


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