Canonical has announced Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS have gained an extra two years of support through its Extended Security Maintenance programme which organisations pay a subscription for.
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Canonical has told organizations that they should prepare to buy Extended Security Maintenance if they wish to continue getting security updates on Ubuntu 14.04 after it reaches end-of-life in April.
The popular Linux distribution, Ubuntu, will receive patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities by Janurary 9th. Canonical has been hard at work over the holidays crafting a patch.
Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf, launched in October, has today reached end-of-life. Users should upgrade to the Ubuntu 16.04.1 to continue to receive security updates through the update manager.
On April 21 Canonical is due to release its next Ubuntu Long Term Support release, version 16.04 codenamed Xenial Xerus. The major highlight of the release is the introduction of Snaps.