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The Canonical Ltd. is the private society behind the development of Ubuntu. It was founded in 2004 by Mark Shuttleworth.

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Ubuntu 17.10 New Features: Back to GNOME

Ubuntu 17.10 Artful Aardvark is going to be the second release of the popular Linux operating system for 2017. After Mark Shuttleworth dropped a bomb on Unity in April, Canonical is switching its main desktop product...

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Linux: the story of a kernel old 25 years

Linux is clearly the most successful project in the open source history. This year, the world’s most known kernel turns 25, marking the quarter of century for this incredible project.

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Snap: Package any app for any Linux device

In Linux we have a multitude of package managers, each with its own pros and cons. Today we’ll speak about Snap: a universal package manager sponsored by Canonical, the society behind Ubuntu.