Ubuntu for Phone
A quick look at the Ubuntu Phone:
More information and a more in-depth view about Ubuntu on Phone from Canonical is found in the next video:
System requirements for smartphones are:
|System requirements for smartphones||Entry level Ubuntu smartphone||High-end Ubuntu “superphone”|
|Processor architecture||1Ghz Cortex A9||Quad-core A9 or Intel Atom|
|Memory||512MB – 1GB||Min 1GB|
|Flash storage||4-8GB eMMC + SD||Min 32GB eMMC + SD|
Ubuntu for Android
Ubuntu for Android or your phone is the PC !
How would you like a PC that fits in your pocket?
Now multi-core Android phones can be PCs too. Ubuntu for Android enables high-end Android handsets to run Ubuntu, the world’s favourite free PC desktop operating system. So users get the Android they know on the move, but when they connect their phone to a monitor, mouse and keyboard, it becomes a PC.
Image credit to http://www.ubuntu.com .
In this tutorial, I’ll show you the steps to create a simple failover cluster on Ubuntu using CARP. To make the things meaningful,we’ll create the cluster for Apache service but you can use it for any other service, which relay on IP.
Here is my Setup:
PrimarySrv: This is the main server, where I configured the apache and which act as Master (IP: 192.168.1.202)
SecondarySrv: 2nd Apache Server where I configured the apache exactly like on PrimarySrv (IP : 192.168.1.203)
192.168.1.250 : Virtual IP address,created using Ucarp.
Ucarp is really simple, it works like this,when the PrimarySrv is up,it will assign the virtual IP 192.168.1.250 to it, in case that PrimarySrv is down then it will assign virtual IP to the SeconadrySrv and when the PrimarySrv will come online, it will assign the virtual IP once again to it.
I assume that you configured…
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Another piece of news from Canonical …. A full Ubuntu desktop, on your docked Android phone.