How to Disable Automatic Updates for Windows 10.1

Microsoft Windows 10.1 is widely used as the OS is still the most dominant in the market. As much as we advocate Linux, we still offer support for Windows and Apple Mac users because open source goes beyond Linux. Most…

How to create Product or Parcel Tracking on your E-Commerce Website using WooCommerce

Hey guys! This is a simple tutorial on how to make an order tracking, track your products or Parcel tracking using WooCommerce. The video tutorial is pretty easy and comes in handy for every WordPress developer looking to start up…

Canonical Releases “WLCS” Wayland Conformance Suite 1.0

While Ubuntu is not currently using Wayland by default with its GNOME Shell desktop and it doesn’t look like they will try again until Ubuntu 20.10, the option is still available and they continue working in the direction of a Wayland…

Ubuntu 19.10 Development Opens With Plans For GCC 9, Glibc 2.30

With Ubuntu 19.04 having sailed and looking in good shape by the bug counts, Ubuntu 19.10, the Eoan [EANIMAL] release, is proceeding and open for development.  Canonical’s Dimitri John Ledkov announced today that Ubuntu 19.10 “Eoan” is open for development. The tentative plans…

Don’t Hold Your Breath On UBports’ Ubuntu Touch For Purism’s Librem 5 Smartphone

While Ubuntu Touch that continues to be worked on by the UBports community remains one of the most viable and furthest along Linux open-source smartphone operating systems, it doesn’t look like there will be any solid support in time for…

Summary of Red Hat Summit 2019 & future plans.

At last week’s Red Hat Summit, the elephant at the conference was the $34 billion Red Hat and IBM merger. As always, Red Hat had major product announcements to make at its annual conference, including the first major release in five years…