Brave new Ubuntu

Posted Posted in Linux, Ubuntu

With Mark Shuttleworth having closed Ubuntu’s Bug #1 recently, and Canonical raising the heckles of yet more Linux developers and even members of the Ubuntu community by announcing that it is dropping Wayland as the successor to X, in favour of its in-house developed Mir, I wonder if this means we’ll start seeing linux-based malware […]

Ubuntu Studio documentation

Posted Posted in Linux, Music, Open Source Software, Production, Ubuntu

I’ve been using Ubuntu Studio since I started experimenting with Linux again last November – it’s a great, multimedia-focused distribution based on Xubuntu, and it comes with all sorts of audio, video and graphics applications pre-installed. It also has a low-latency kernel, which (in theory) means that any real-time audio or video processing should proceed […]