Ubuntu Making Progress On Snappy Personal Desktop
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu on 9 July 2015 at 04:34 PM EDT. 2 Comments
UBUNTU --
For those interested, it's becoming possible to play with Ubuntu's Snappy next-generation package manager from a personal desktop.

The Ubuntu Snappy Personal Desktop image is moving along and can be easily fired up from a QEMU/KVM session. Going on a few months now has been the effort of a Snappy version of Ubuntu's Desktop-Next and getting more Snappy features squared away for Ubuntu 15.10.


Those wanting to learn how to play with the Ubuntu Snappy Personal Desktop in its current development form can find details in a new post today on Carla Sella's blog.
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