Archive for the ‘Canonical’ Category

Read it and give me your comments. It’s rewritten, shorter and I think stronger then the first version. Enjoy reading! Read it here: https://peterpparker.wordpress.com/v20-the-guide-to-the-100-linux-desktop-revolution/


Well I promised it somehow… here it comes: https://peterpparker.wordpress.com/the-guide-to-100-linuxkde-success-the-linux-manifest/ (or click on the top the tab “the guide to”) Well worth a read and yes it’s long but it includes a lot of ideas so read it and comment on it and spread the word! Thanks!


Rumor has it that Ubuntu/Canonical might be next in line for an “exclusive” (haha) deal with Microsoft. Rumor. It seems that the Canonical people are keeping up the good fight for now together with Red Hat but you never know. Therefore I would like to express that I want all these cooperations to know that […]


Just an interesting note. A lot of people who enter this blog and find it with google, … come here with the terms “ubuntu broke kvm feisty” or “bcm43xx issue” or something similar. I haven’t checked the situation lately but this makes me seem that they put out an release that had two significant problems […]


Okay, I have to admit I love the word drop in my latest blog entrys so here we go again: Ubuntu went to 7 like Kubuntu and the other ones too and ubuntu.com was turned into a shiny new website (well I don’t like it that much and I don’t think it gets the user […]


Welcome in the world of tomorrow. That was the background of my last story. I put up on how Dell was going to use Linux to be more efficent in money making and just the day later they announce that they will fire 10% of their workers, 8000 people on the street, to make even […]


Welcome in the world of tomorrow. While Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are hanging out together and having a great time on stage, we see Linux move foward to – whatever – nothing. The guy who brought Linux on the Dell finally got that done but where is the Linux world really heading? Nowhere! Nothing […]


Okay I thought it would happen and they did do it. Dell basicly dumped Ubuntu in a way. They put it on the website and made it look like its only for the technic guys and the geeks and the whatsoevers… and its not even really integrated in the real website but in an extra […]


So I started more on the Ubuntu/Kubuntu side and now moved more to a general Linux view, thats where I will stay, but I still want to have a good look at the most-popular distro at the moment, Ubuntu, and Kubuntu, because its KDE and shows diffrent approached, and then will put that together as […]


So what happened to me? I was taking some time-off and getting my head free for new thoughts and this is what I will continue from this day on and I will try to concentrate on the real issues that Linux (and Ubuntu and Co) is/are facing and will try to deliver my solutions and […]