Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver): Ubuntu is an open source, free and free operating system based on the Linux kernel. Its name derives from the ubuntu meaning of Zulu and Xhosa, which is interpreted as "humanity to each other", as well as "I am what I am because of who we all are."
Ubuntu launched 2004, based on the Debian distribution. The distribution aims to provide a constantly updated, stable operating system for the average user, with a strong emphasis on ease of use and installation. Ubuntu has been described as the most popular Linux distribution for desktops, and according to Valve it is about 45% (21 Mar. 2015) of all Linux kernel-based distributions.
Ubuntu is sponsored by Canonical Ltd., a private company founded by South African businessman Mark Shuttleworth. The company instead of selling Ubuntu records revenue from the paid technical support it provides for its product.
So today, according to the Release Schedule, we have the first Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) RC (Release Candidate) on the upcoming distribution.
The RC corrects minor bugs that occurred after the Final Beta release released on April 5 of 2018.
Those of you who want to try the upcoming version of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS can download the Live ISO of RC from the following links:
- Linux what you need to know before adopting the operating system
- Canonical: begins collecting data in Ubuntu
- What does collecting data mean?
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