Canonical has released Ubuntu 20.04.4 LTS. It includes a newer hardware enablement stack so you can run Ubuntu on the latest hardware. People will be upgraded to this release by applying updates.
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Greg Kroah-Hartman, a leading Linux kernel maintainer, has announced that Linux 5.10 will be the next Long-Term Support release. Due in December, it should get updates until December 2026.
Canonical has released Ubuntu 18.04.1. If you're running 18.04 already, just apply available updates to move up to 18.04.1. If you're on Ubuntu 16.04, you can now upgrade to Ubuntu 18.04.1 too.
The Linux Mint project has announced a month-long beta phase for the upcoming release of its operating system. The beta phase starts on Monday with a final release due at the month's end.
Canonical released today a new LTS version of Ubuntu, 18.04, which will be supported until April 2023. It arrives with several new features and some major changes to the user interface and experience.
Canonical is officially ditching the Unity desktop with the release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS today, in favor of GNOME. The new version arrives full of new features and will be supported until April 2023.
Canonical has made the decision to revert back to the Xorg display server in Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, citing stability concerns. The company plans to continue testing and working on Wayland to improve it.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS shows that the company is moving toward a more unified experience across phones, tablets, and PC's with the introduction of the Unity 8 interface for Desktop