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Snappy Ubuntu Core Now Supports Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO And I2C

Kyle Fazzari, one of the Canonical developers has announced that Snappy Ubuntu Core has received support for Raspberry Pi 2’s GPIO or I2C, meaning that the Snappy Scope permits the users to list the installed .snap packages and install and

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Erle Spider – Spider Robot Powered By Snappy Ubuntu Core

As you may know, Erle-Spider is a spider robot developed by Erle Robotics and powered by Snappy Ubuntu Core and ROS, a framework for developing and programming robots. The Erle-Spider has an aluminium exoskeleton and is equipped with an ARM

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Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 Has Been Updated, Bringing BeagleBone Enhancements

As you may know, Snappy Ubuntu Core is Canonical’s Ubuntu system for the Internet of Things devices and aims the single-board computers and embedded devices. Recently, Canonical has released the second Snappy Ubuntu Core 15.04 image, bringing BeagleBone-Black specific enhnamcements.

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Some Experiemental Ubuntu Snappy Core Images (Based on Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf) Have Been Released

As you may already know, Canonical maintains the Ubuntu Desktop Next flavor of Ubuntu, an Ubuntu system that uses by default Unity 8 and Mir, the two being used only on Ubuntu Touch for now. Some experimental Ubuntu Snappy Core

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Canonical and Zabbix Want to Create a Better Internet of Things (IoT)

Canonical and Zabbix are working together for a better Internet of Things. Canonical and Zabbix have teamed up to make Zabbix the communication platform between Ubuntu Snappy Core (Canonical’s IoT OS) and the end-user: “Implementation of such control requires a

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