In an earlier post we introduced the Ubuntu Appliance Portfolio. In this post we’ll show you how you can build your own appliance image.
In June of this year Canonical announced a new initiative called the Ubuntu Appliance Portfolio.
In this post we’ll show you how we built a facial detection kiosk that’s based on Ubuntu Core and Tensorflow.
Ubuntu Core is officially supported on the Intel Nuc, which makes the process fairly painless.
In this post we’ll explore logging on Ubuntu Core and specifically how you can pipe your logs to Loggly (a cloud logging service).
In this post we’ll show you how to create a video kiosk using Ubuntu Core.
In this post we’re going to walk you through installing Ubuntu Core on a Raspberry Pi 3.
An Ubuntu One account is pretty import when working with Ubuntu Core. In this post we’ll show you how to set one up.
Ubuntu Core is one of the newest flavors of Ubuntu. It’s specifically targeted at IoT and embedded devices.