A DIY project using a Raspberry Pi 4 to power a functional palmtop computer is a huge success.
Users of the latest Long Term Support release of this popular OS could see a significant shot of extra performance with newer kernels like 5.16 or 5.17, if packing an Intel Alder Lake processor.
The chunky 15.6 inch Kudu from System76 offers entry-to-mid level gaming laptop processing power, with Ubuntu or Pop!_OS support out of the box, starting at $1,799.
The lower spec Raspberry Pi 4 2GB is now a viable platform for Canonical's popular Ubuntu distro thanks to the addition of zswap.
A new version of Ubuntu, 21.10, has been released, bringing tweaks both on the desktop and under the hood.
A former classroom staple is brought back to life with a hidden single-board computer and a dose of Ubuntu.
Canonical announced that its Ubuntu operating system now supports SiFive boards built on the RISC-V architecture.
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