Archives par mot-clé : Canonical « en maintenance » suite à une brèche de sécurité

Si vous aviez un compte sur, cette annonce vous concerne: (traduit de Ubuntu Forums is down for maintenance) Ubuntu Forums est en maintenance Il y a eu une violation de la sécurité sur les forums Ubuntu. L’équipe de services informatiques de Canonical travaille fort en ce moment pour rétablir un fonctionnement normal. Cette page… Lire la suite »

Ubuntu Spyware: What to Do?

One of the major advantages of free software is that the community protects users from malicious software. Now Ubuntu GNU/Linux has become a counterexample. What should we do? For the full original English version, see here. Voici un texte de Richard Stallman. La version originale en anglais est ici. Update: Une traduction en français est… Lire la suite »

If you still want Thunderbird in Ubuntu…

If you’re one of the rare species still wanting Thunderbird in Ubuntu as described in Jorge Castro’s recent post, you can help. I am more worried about Jorge’s other comments, following his logic Ubuntu and free software are only less and less relevant by the day – not a trend I am observing. Considering Canonical… Lire la suite »

Trisquel 5.5 is here – loaded with Freedom and that « classic » feeling

Trisquel GNU/Linux is a Linux distribution using a free version of the Linux kernel as distributed by the Linux-libre project. The main goals of the project are the production of a fully free software (free as in free speech) system that must be easy to use, complete, and with good language support. (from Wikipedia). Trisquel… Lire la suite »

Making new Ubuntu users happier

When you upgrade to Ubuntu after release, or when one of your friends, family or colleagues installs it for the first time, I trust they will like many of the new features or just appreciate finding everything they need in their new Ubuntu installation. I also trust in some cases they will encounter some of… Lire la suite »