The February edition of UbuntuEd newsletter is here. This one focuses on the Linux kernel on your Ubuntu system.
- Ubuntu's New Desktop Installer Working On Auto-Install, Active Directory Integration
- Canonical Joins Academy Software Foundation as Premier Member
- Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Is Now Powered by Linux Kernel 5.19 from Ubuntu 22.10
- Snapped! Ubuntu Cracks Down on Default Flatpak Support for its Flavors
🪧 Tutorials on Linux Kernel
Here are a few tutorials to learn more about the kernel on your Ubuntu system:
- Check which kernel you are using
- See what kernel versions are installed on your system
- Upgrading your kernel version
- Choose to install the latest mainline Linux kernel
💡Command Line Tips
- Perform a case-insensitive search inside a compressed file.
zgrep -i "search_term" <file_name>
- To display all the lines from line number x to line number y, use this:
sed -n 'x,yp' lines.txt
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