ubuntuBSD – Is Coming Soon, Based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and FreeBSD 10.3

#ubuntuBSD – Is Coming Soon, Based on #Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and #FreeBSD 10.3

ubuntuBSD is a unique project that aims to offer users a desktop-oriented operating system combining the familiarity of the Ubuntu/Debian platforms with the power of the FreeBSD kernel.

The upcoming ubuntuBSD distro has been in development since March 2016, and it is now time for it to get in the spotlight. The final release is due soon, according to the latest tweet from the project’s official Twitter page.



Snaps – a new packaging format for Ubuntu

Hello #Snaps, Goodbye rpm and deb.

Mark Shuttleworth announced that Snaps, a new method Canonical developed for packaging applications is coming to other distributions.

Snaps initially started off as Click, a new packaging format for Ubuntu Mobile. It bundled all dependencies and libraries so that developers didn’t have to worry about dependency resolution.

Click evolved into Snaps, which targeted servers, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and desktop. This April, Canonical brought Snaps to the desktop world with the release of Ubuntu 16.04. Read more


Visual C++ for Linux Development

#VisualC++ for #Linux and #RaspberryPi Development

Microsoft has released new extension available that enables C++ development in Visual Studio for Linux. With this extension you can author C++ code for Linux servers, desktops and devices. You can manage your connections to these machines from within VS. VS will automatically copy and remote build your sources and can launch your application with the debugger. Our project system supports targeting specific architectures, including ARM. Read on for how to get started with our new Linux projects. Checkout Visual C++ Team Blog for step by step guide


Manjaro ARM – Linux Distro Customized for ARM SBC

#Manjaro #ARM – #Linux Distro Customized for ARM SBC

Manjaro Arm is a project aimed to bring you the simplicity and customability that is Manjaro to ARM devices. These devices are growing in numbers and can be used for any number of applications. Most famous is the Raspberry Pi series and BeagleBoard series.

Available in 4 different edition for ARM

  • Media Edition
  • Server Edition
  • Base Edition
  • Minimal Edition

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Google is open sourcing Seesaw — a Linux-based load balancing system.

#Seesaw is open-sourced – a Linux-based load balancing system by #Google

The code for the project, which is written in Google’s Go language, is now available on GitHub under the Apache license.

Learn more on :
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piCore-7.0 – an Tiny Core Linux specialized for RaspberryPi

Today #TinyCore #Linux Developers Team announced the availability of #piCore-7.0 a version on Tiny Core Linux specialized for #RaspberryPi.

TinyCore is Linux distro with GUI all under 15MB.

Team Tiny Core is pleased to announce the immediate availability of piCore-7.0 Most interesting changes in this release:

  • single SD-card image with SSH preinstalled for all boards, no separate armv6/armv7 image anymore
  • MicroPython added to base, it offers faster and more efficient scripting than traditional shells

Official Announcement page:,19469.0.html