AMD graphic cards are well supported on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa. The default open source AMD Radeon Driver is installed and enabled by default out of the box. However, since the Ubuntu 20.04 is a long term support (LTS) release the AMD Radeon graphic card users have few AMD Radeon driver installation options to their disposal.
In this tutorial you will learn:
How to check current AMD Radeon driver version
How to install AMD Radeon from PPA repository
How to install the official AMD Radeon AMDGPU-PRO driver
How to test the performance your AMD Radeon Graphic card
The default Ubuntu firewall is ufw, with is short for "uncomplicated firewall.” Ufw is a frontend for the typical Linux iptables commands but it is developed in such a way that basic firewall tasks can be performed without the knowledge of iptables. Additionally, ufw can be managed from a graphical interface. In this article you will learn how to enable and disable firewall on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Focal Fossa Linux.
There exist various ways of restarting network on Ubuntu 20.04. Possibly the simplest way would be to restart network from GUI such as GNOME. Other ways would include the use of the command line and commands netplan and ip. Finally, the NetworkManager command line tool nmcli or the System V init scripts can be used to successfully restart network on Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa.
In this tutorial the reader will be provided with comprehensive information on:
How to restart network from GUI
How to restart network using the netplan command
How to restart network using the ip command
How to restart network using System V init scripts
How to restart network by using the NetworkManager command line tool nmcli
This Ubuntu 20.04 guide introduces the new Ubuntu 20.04 and explains how to get this operating system and how to install it on your computer. It also provides you with comprehensive instructions on how to use Ubuntu 20.04.
We include the introduction to command line and bash scripting, followed by things to do after installing Ubuntu 20.04 with the focus on software recommendations for the Ubuntu 20.04 system.
We also provide you with some useful Ubuntu 20.04 tricks and discuss using Ubuntu 20.04 on such devices as Android smartphone and Raspberry Pi.
What is Ubuntu?
Ubuntu is a free and open-source Linux distribution based on Debian. In this section, we will explore new features of Ubuntu 20.04.
Canonical's latest iteration to the Ubuntu operating system is Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa, released on April 23, 2020. This is an LTS (long term support) release - the type of release that Canonical only publishes every two years, and continues to support for the next five.
In this article, we're going to go over some of the features we're most excited about, and cover a lot of the differences between Focal Fossa and Ubuntu's previous LTS release, Bionic Beaver. Read on as we take you through some of the upcoming changes.
In this tutorial you will learn how to verify the authenticity of downloaded Ubuntu ISO image. The aim is to ensure that the Ubuntu downloaded ISO has not been tempered with, it is not corrupted in someway and is malware free.
In this tutorial you will learn:
How to obtain the correct signature key
How to import the correct signature key
How to verify the content of the checksum file
How to verify downloaded Ubuntu ISO image checksum
When it comes to converting and backing up video, there are few tools as powerful as Handbrake. It's long been a favorite among Linux users because it's simple to use, and it's capable of most video tasks.
While you can find Handbrake in the default Ubuntu repositories, it's often outdated. This guide will walk you though enabling a PPA to get the latest Handbrake releases.
Kodi is easily one of the most popular media center applications out there, and it has a multitude of uses. While Ubuntu does have Kodi in its main repositories, it's ususally an outdated version. There is, however, an official PPA available that's continually updated with the latest releases.
In the past, multimedia was a sore point for Linux users. Now, though, it's a strength. There are plenty of fantastic DVD and video players for Linux systems, including Ubuntu. As an added bonus, they all should be readily available in the default Ubuntu repositories.