Best Ubuntu blogs which are also the top 10 Ubuntu blogs you must visit daily. Here is a list of ten best Ubuntu blogs to follow to learn more about Ubuntu. These are the best Linux Ubuntu blogs according to me.
OMG Ubuntu is the most followed Ubuntu blog. It is undoubtedly the most popular Linux-orientated website on the Internet. The website boasts millions of unique visitors a month, over 3 million pages. It is a one stop destination for all kinds of latest Ubuntu news, as it happens. The OMG! Ubuntu! is manned full-time by Joey-Elijah Sneddon, a 25 year old journalism graduate based in the UK.
Noobslab boast of the biggest collection of Linux Ubuntu themes and icon themes (PPA). The website also offers in-depth tutorials and news. All the works are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
The best blog where you can find “how to install” articles about anything related to Ubuntu. LinuxG is the best source for how to’s about Linux / Unix systems. The website has one of the most large collections of Linux Ubuntu & Unix tutorials. The website was launched in May 2012 with an aim to teach the new Unix / Linux users the basics. Highly recommended.
At UbuntuHandbook you’ll find news, howtos, tutorials, useful tips, and app reviews of Ubuntu. UbuntuHandbook was started in July 2013. The blog was started by Ji m, a freelance blogger.
TecMint.com is a website that publishes practical and useful out-of-the-box articles. The website presents exceptional, remarkable tips, tutorials, and resources. TecMint was started on 15th August 2012 by technical professionals and all the articles and there are many excellent articles on specific topics related to Open Source.
WebUpd8 is an Ubuntu / Linux blog which delivers daily news, tips and application reviews. But, it has a vast amount of Ubuntu tutorials that makes the website a must-follow. The website covers everything new and interesting about Ubuntu and GNOME development. WebUpd8 was started by Andrew (Alin Andrei). The website claims to receive more than 800,000 unique visitors.
Linux Scoop is the site dedicated for Linux and Open Source Apps video sharing. It also allow user to submit video about Linux distribustion review, open source application review, open source apps how to and videos related to Linux and open source.
UbuntuGeek is here to make the Ubuntu-transition easier, and to help those that have started using Ubuntu. UbuntuGeek blog contains Ubuntu Tips, Tricks, Howto’s, news and articles.
NixCraft (CyberCiti) is an online community of new and seasoned Linux / Unix sysadmins who want to make the most of sysadmin-hood. The website aims to research and post cutting edge topics related to various open source softwares. Their tutorials are easy to follow and includes plenty of screenshots and screencasts.
A unique blog maintained by a non-profit organization, composed of volunteers, developers and unix administrators and we are promoting free solutions about Unix and Linux issue. You can find many articles and tutorials on Linux and open-source software. The website was founded by M El Khamlichi and M. Zinoune.