Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Ubuntu”
Running the UniFi Controller under LXD
A while back I bought some UniFi access points. I hadn’t gotten round to setting up the Network Controller software to properly manage them though, so thought I’d dig into setting that up.
Exploring Github Actions
Building IoT projects with Ubuntu Core talk
When the Ubuntu Phone project was cancelled, I moved to the desktop team. The initial goal for team was to bring up a GNOME 3 based desktop for the Ubuntu 17.10 release that would be familiar to both Ubuntu users coming from the earlier Unity desktop, and users of “vanilla” GNOME 3.
Performing mounts securely on user owned directories
ThinkPad Infrared Camera
Ubuntu Phone and Unity
At the end of 2012, I moved from Ubuntu One to the Unity API Team at Canonical. This team was responsible for various services that supported the Unity desktop shell: most noticeably the search functionality. This work initially focused on the Unity 7 desktop shipping with Ubuntu, but then changed focus to the Unity 8 rewrite used by the Ubuntu Phone project.
Ubuntu One was a set of online services provided by Canonical for Ubuntu users. It provided cloud hosted storage for files and structured data, synchronised to the user’s local machine. The Ubuntu One service was discontinued in 2014.