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I'm having some dificulties with the default clock app on Ubuntu Touch.  When my phone is in flightmode and 2 alarms are activated  the first alarm doesn't go off, just the second one. Anyone else experiencing this bug? If so please add yourself to this bug:
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-clock-app/+bug/1608029

Maybe +Nekhelesh Ramananthan can tell me more?

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I'm in need of a new phone and I was thinking about geting the Nexus 5. Can anyone tell me how Ubuntu is performing on it? Whats's /not/ working etc?
What progress is beeing made? Does anyone here know who the porter is so I can ask them? +Alan Pope, +Michael Hall

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I feel like I can't post this enough. I was told the exact words of the first panel just yesterday. I wanted to give them a copy of this comic. Original: https://xkcd.com/137/ 
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In Ubuntu 16.04 we will finally be able to move the launcher around it seems.
Playing with the upcoming Unity 7.4 :D
I prefer the launcher on the left, but I have a lot of friends who would like to move it on the bottom...
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Hey +Victor Thompson​,
I just read this mail from +Nicholas Skaggs​:

https://lists.launchpad.net/ubuntu-phone/msg17242.html

You guys are about to implement streaming services into the music app? Wow. Didn't think this would come in the next 2years.
Can you tell us more about it? What kind of services and how it will be handled?
Thanks 

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Why haven't I read about this new feature anywhere here?

The music scopes now keep playing in the background.
It still stops when you switch or go back in scopes, but it shows what the future for ubuntu scopes looks like and is actually usefull.

Now I'm just waiting for embedded video playback and music in scopes beeing handled by content hub so that it keeps playing even if I switch scopes.

Just loving it. Good work. 
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I need your help guys:

Some of my folders on my OwnCloud Server shall be synced to just to my Laptop. My desktop PC shall just have access to it. Not sycning it to my PC.
Is that somehow possible?
Maybe even with a folder beeing created by owncloud client on my PC wich just acts like a tunnel. That would be perfect.

Is this possible? If yes, how? 

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I actually need some help with this. If someone could point me in the right direction or give me some updates on the subject this would be great.
+Oliver Grawert​ or +Daniel Holbach​ do you guys know who I have to ask about this?
My interest in LXC/LXD:

Here's what I want to do.
I use my laptop  for business and after work for private stuff.
My private stuff also consists of installing various packages trying and experimenting.
But since I use it for work as well all my experimenting must not break it.
So I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 as the host system. Windows for work in a VirtualBox.
I've been using Ubuntu in a VirtualBox as well, but I don't want to do that any more.

I thought of using KVM instead of VirtualBox but then I read this article few month back and now I would like to use it for my private Ubuntu guest system:
https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/05/18/lxd-crushes-kvm-in-density-and-speed/

So my question is:
Is there a easy way yet, so that I can install a Ubuntu desktop version easily or what is the status of it.
My research brought me here:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2271655&page=4
seems like a dead end.

I know Canonical uses LXC for their Unity8 session on the desktop. It would be ideal if this service could be expanded so that one could choose which Linux system to install.
Are there any road-blockers or does anyone have more information for me?


I also think this would be a really handy feature for professional/business users in general. Maybe it could be implemented in Ubuntu for everyone to use.

This way the laptop is always in a usable state.  One could do snapshots of the production guest and roll back if needed. When data is safed on the host or in the cloud, you even don't have to worry about ever loosing your data when something happens to your production system.

Any help is welcomed.
Maybe something like this is already planed +Nicholas Skaggs ?
Just a short update would be nice.

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My interest in LXC/LXD:

Here's what I want to do.
I use my laptop  for business and after work for private stuff.
My private stuff also consists of installing various packages trying and experimenting.
But since I use it for work as well all my experimenting must not break it.
So I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 as the host system. Windows for work in a VirtualBox.
I've been using Ubuntu in a VirtualBox as well, but I don't want to do that any more.

I thought of using KVM instead of VirtualBox but then I read this article few month back and now I would like to use it for my private Ubuntu guest system:
https://insights.ubuntu.com/2015/05/18/lxd-crushes-kvm-in-density-and-speed/

So my question is:
Is there a easy way yet, so that I can install a Ubuntu desktop version easily or what is the status of it.
My research brought me here:
http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2271655&page=4
seems like a dead end.

I know Canonical uses LXC for their Unity8 session on the desktop. It would be ideal if this service could be expanded so that one could choose which Linux system to install.
Are there any road-blockers or does anyone have more information for me?


I also think this would be a really handy feature for professional/business users in general. Maybe it could be implemented in Ubuntu for everyone to use.

This way the laptop is always in a usable state.  One could do snapshots of the production guest and roll back if needed. When data is safed on the host or in the cloud, you even don't have to worry about ever loosing your data when something happens to your production system.

Any help is welcomed.
Maybe something like this is already planed +Nicholas Skaggs ?
Just a short update would be nice.
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