Linux Benchmark

Linux Enterprise Distribution Benchmark: CentOS and Ubuntu were Defeated

Linux technology site Phoronix recently conducted a new benchmark for mainstream Linux distributions comparing the out-of-box performance of six Linux distributions. They let the distribution run a series of enterprise / workstation-based benchmarks simultaneously on two machines (systems). The machines are the high-end Core i9 7980XE desktop system and the Tyan 1U Xeon scalable server with dual Xeon Gold 6138 […]

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Ubuntu founder explains why Ubuntu decides to give up Unity

Ubuntu’s founder Mark Shuttleworth shared more details about why Ubuntu chose to give up Unity. Ubuntu 17.10 released last week since the launch in 2011, the first time without the use of Unity desktop Ubuntu. Founder Mark Shuttleworth said it had reached a consensus with Canonical’s other “leaders” that they should make the company a […]

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Linux on Galaxy On: Run Fedora or Ubuntu on Galaxy Note 8

With the Galaxy S8 / S8 + flagship release, in February this year, Samsung also launched the DeX dock, Galaxy series of mobile phones to provide desktop-class operating experience. While DeX has a long way to go for productivity and usability, Samsung hopes that DeX will be accepted by more developers through the Linux on Galaxy application.   At […]

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Ubuntu 17.10 into the final stage will be equipped with GNOME 3.26.1

Ubuntu contributor Didier Roche today shared the latest developments in Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark) in the community. First of all, GNOME Stack after a major upgrade using GNOME 3.26.1, fix a large number of BUG and make changes to make changes, so GNOME 3.26 desktop environment has become more reliable, mature and safe. And in the October […]

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Canonical: Ubuntu 32-bit version no longer available from Ubuntu 17.10

Since May this year, the Ubuntu Desktop team has been thinking about removing the 32-bit (i386) installation from the server, and today developer Dimitri John Ledkov has finally given the exact answer. In short, since the beginning of Ubuntu 17.10 (Artful Aardvark), Canonical will no longer provide the i386 architecture for the server and desktop platform […]

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Ubuntu 17.10 default GNOME Shell theme and login interface exposure

Ubuntu 17.10, which is equipped with the GNOME desktop environment, will be released next month, and Canonical decided to abandon its own Unity desktop environment to create and optimize on GNOME Stack, and there will inevitably be a lot of problems in such a large version of the adjustment. The team created the Fit & […]

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