Saturday, April 26, 2008

Ubuntu 8.04

Ubuntu 8.04, also known as Hardy Heron, was released just last Friday. This is a significant milestone for the operating system as it marks another Long-Term Support version, the last one being Ubuntu 6.06 LTS. LTS means that the product will be supported for five years, a basic requirement for enterprise software.

New additions to the stock Ubuntu package include Kernel-based Virtual Machines for Intel and AMD processors with virtualization capabilities, built-in firewall, granular security policy, Firefox 3, Brasero (an improved CD-burning application), an improved Totem player (with YouTube and digital video broadcast support) and Inkscape.

To download the latest Ubuntu version quickly, visit the releases page.

2 comments:

  1. I pre-registered in shipit last friday. I finally got it from torrents last night. Another fresh install right after I'm done with my backups.

    I wanted to try kubuntu this time around but I don't which version to get, hehehe.

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  2. Marianne was right, we have a common ground in Ubuntu. Kumusta Syo? :-)

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