Canonical has released the first point release for Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. In bundles all the updates available so far into the ISO saving time post-install. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS users are now able to upgrade.
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Canonical has released the fourth point release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. This update rolls in the latest updates saving you time post-installation. It also enables support for newer hardware.
Canonical has announced Anbox Cloud, a new solution for enterprises that want to run Android apps from the cloud allowing easy, secure, and containerised access for its intended user base.
Canonical has announced that OpenJDK 11 has become the default Java package on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, replacing OpenJDK 10. The move comes days after Red Hat announced its stewardship of OpenJDK 11.
Canonical has released the latest point release for Ubuntu 18.04. It includes new graphics and kernel software for clean installations but otherwise just includes additional security updates.
Canonical has released Ubuntu Core 18, a stripped down version of Ubuntu 18.04 aimed at IoT devices. The new version is supported for 10 years. Canonical has focused on security and reliability.
Canonical has released a trove of user statistics it has been collecting since the release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS six months ago. The data collection was opt-in and reveals many interesting findings.
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.