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Canonical changes the game by announcing universal snap packages

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Canonical changes the game by announcing universal snap packages

Canonical had a game changing announcement up its sleeve, one that could seriously shift the Linux landscape. Jack Wallen explains why universal snap packages are a major step forward for Linux and open source.

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