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The second beta release of Ubuntu 10.04, code name "Lucid Lynx", is out and ready for testing.

The second beta release of Ubuntu 10.04, code name "Lucid Lynx", is out and ready for testing: "The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce the second beta release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (Long-Term Support) Desktop and Server editions and Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server for Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud (UEC) and Amazon's EC2, as well as Ubuntu 10.04 Netbook edition."

The release announcement is almost an exact copy of the beta 1 announcement, while the release notes are also largely identical except for a few resolved known issues and one new known bug: "Activating a RAID 1 array in degraded mode is reported to lead to RAID disks being reported as in sync when they are not, resulting in data loss." Download the live CD images from here (SHA256): ubuntu-10.04-beta2-desktop-i386.iso (696MB, torrent), ubuntu-10.04-beta2-desktop-amd64.iso (698MB, torrent).

Also released today were 10.04 beta 2 CD/DVD images for Kubuntu (download, release notes), Xubuntu (download), Edubuntu (download), Mythbuntu (download, release announcement) and Ubuntu Studio (download).


Recent releases:

• 2010-04-08: Development Release: Ubuntu 10.04 Beta 2
• 2010-03-19: Development Release: Ubuntu 10.04 Beta 1
• 2010-02-25: Development Release: Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 3
• 2010-01-29: Distribution Release: Ubuntu 8.04.4
• 2010-01-15: Development Release: Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2
• 2009-12-10: Development Release: Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 1

Ubuntu is a complete desktop Linux operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. The Ubuntu community is built on the ideas enshrined in the Ubuntu Manifesto: that software should be available free of charge, that software tools should be usable by people in their local language and despite any disabilities, and that people should have the freedom to customise and alter their software in whatever way they see fit. "Ubuntu" is an ancient African word, meaning "humanity to others". The Ubuntu distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the software world.

Ubuntu's World:

Ubuntu FridgeUbuntu GuideFull Circle MagazinePlanet UbuntuPlanet Ubuntu UsersUbuntu NewsUbuntu GeekSpread UbuntuUbuntu Live StatsLaunchpad.netDebuntuUbuntuxWorksWithUUbuntuHQUbuntu ArtworkDebian AdminUbunchu MangaFresh UbuntuCanonical LtdWikipediaFreshmeat[k]ubuntu forums (Dutch) • Ubuntu ArgentinaUbuntu BangladeshUbuntu BrazilUbuntu BulgariaUbuntu ChinaUbuntu ChileUbuntu CroatiaUbuntu Czech RepublicUbuntu FinlandUbuntu FranceUbuntu FranceUbuntu GermanyUbuntu GermanyUbuntu GreeceUbuntu HungaryUbuntu IndonesiaUbuntu IranUbuntu IrelandUbuntu ItalyUbuntu JapanUbuntu KoreaUbuntu LatviaUbuntu LithuaniaUbuntu NetherlandsUbuntu PeruUbuntu PhilippinesUbuntu PolandUbuntu PortugalUbuntu RomaniaUbuntu RussiaUbuntu SerbiaUbuntu SloveniaUbuntu SpainUbuntu SpainUbuntu SpainUbuntu SwedenUbuntu TaiwanUbuntu ThailandUbuntu Turkey

source: Distrowatch & Ubuntu

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Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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