Thanks for the swift response, have taken note of where to go in future.
Not sure why people like wall but best way is to set up properly in ccsm as in screen, this way ctrl+alt+all arrow keys work logically
Headmelt gone, back to familiar keyboard control
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Feature Freeze ISO is now available and can be downloaded from https://ubuntuunity.org/download/.
Please log any new issues/bugs that you find during testing at https://gitlab.com/ubuntu-unity/ubuntu-unity-issues/-/issues/.
The second Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Testing Week starts today September 3, 2020! Would request the community to download Ubuntu Unity 20.10 Feature Freeze ISO, complete all the test cases in the Ubuntu Unity QA ISO Tracker (qa.ubuntuunity.org), report bugs & provide feedback.
Any chance of Night Shift feature coming here?
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Beta Released on Oct 2, 2020 (sorry for the late announcement on Discourse):
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Beta ISO is now available and can be downloaded from https://ubuntuunity.org/download/
Ubuntu Unity 20.04.1 RPi Alpha 1 is now available for Raspberry Pi 4B, 3B+ and 3B (arm64).
It includes i386-arm that sets up an emulated Debian i386 (9) environment. This would help you to run 32-bit programs on your Raspberry Pi from the terminal.
Details are available at https://ubuntuunity.org/2020/10/14/ubuntu-unity-for-raspberry-pi-alpha1/
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” Release Candidate ISO is now available.
Details are available at: https://ubuntuunity.org/2020/10/15/ubuntu-unity-20-10-groovy-gorilla-release-candidate/
Don’t think so, as you know Unity 7 isn’t actively developed, it’s in maintenance mode. Which means no new features will be added to Unity 7 itself. You can try to install redshift though if you need something similar to Night Shift.
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 “Groovy Gorilla” is now available.
Details are available at https://ubuntuunity.org/2020/10/22/ubuntu-unity-20-10-groovy-gorilla-released/
Now you can enjoy running 64-bit (amd64) programs on Ubuntu Unity for the Raspberry Pi (or any ARM computer running Debian or its derivatives for that matter) using ‘amd64-arm’, with which you can set up an emulated Debian 64-bit (amd64) environment on an ARM computer/SBC.
Details are available at: https://rudraswat.github.io/amd64-arm/
We’ll now be releasing Ubuntu Unity 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) ISOs frequently until the final release. You can find the ISOs at http://linux.darkpenguin.net/distros/ubuntu-unity/21.04/.
Ubuntu Unity 20.10 is now available for the Raspberry Pi! It includes amd64-arm, which sets up an emulated Debian x86_64 (Stretch) environment. This would help you to run common 64-bit (amd64) programs on your Raspberry Pi.
Details are available at: https://ubuntuunity.org/2020/12/01/ubuntu-unity-20-10-for-raspberry-pi/
Do you have a link available to show how you created the raspi image? This would be very useful to see what the make up of the final image is. TIA.
There are no docs at the moment. However, it’s quite similar to Ubuntu Retro Remix (by @Wimpress). I’ll add in docs soon.
The first Ubuntu Unity 21.04 “Hirsute Hippo” Testing Week starts today, December 31, 2020! Would request everyone to download the latest Ubuntu Unity 21.04 ISO, complete the test cases in the Ubuntu Unity QA ISO Tracker, report bugs & provide feedback.
Details available at: https://ubuntuunity.org/2020/12/31/ubuntu-unity-21-04-hirsute-hippo-testing-week/
Ubuntu Unity 20.04.2 “Focal Fossa” is now available.
The Ubuntu Unity Remix “Hirsute Hippo” 21.04 Release Candidate is now available!
Ubuntu Unity Remix “Hirsute Hippo” 21.04 is here!