Xamarin.Android on Ubuntu 19.04

INTRODUCTION Some time ago I wrote a post on how to install Xamarin.Android in Linux. At the time I was using Kde Neon which was based upon Ubuntu 18.04. Recently I tried to follow the same instructions to set up Project Rider for Android development on Ubuntu 19.04. Pretty much everything went smoothly, except for […]

Xamarin.Android on Linux

Thanks to the awesome guys at JetBrains and their Project Rider IDE, it’s now possible (unofficially) to develop Xamarin.Android apps on Linux. This is a basic project created with Project Rider and running on the emulator: Once I had a basic application up and running, I tried an application I’ve had in the store for […]

Installing KDE Neon Bionic (18.04)

KDE Neon has just rebased on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, providing an already excellent distribution with an updated kernel, hardware stack and applications. You can download KDE Neon from here. KDE Neon comes in two offerings, I typically opt for the User Edition as I find it very stable. Installing KDE Neon is a typical Linux […]

Installing KDE Neon

Update: KDE Neon has been rebased on Ubuntu 18.04, see here for an updated post. These days I really like using KDE Neon, it seems faster and more polished than Kubuntu, and since it is using Kubuntu 16.04 as a base, it has all the packages I need. These are some notes I made for […]

Useful Ubuntu Commands

For my own use, I’ve just started collecting various Ubuntu commands and tips on this page – saves me searching every time. I’ll add to it as I go. I hope you may find it useful too. After each command I will link to more information. Please view the links before executing potentially dangerous commands […]