imagine available from the network, a commitment to security updates for 18 months after each release and professional technical support from many companies around the world.
On the Desktop
* GNOME 2.12.1 * OpenOffice.org 2.0 beta 2
* X.org 6.8.2 with wider hardware support
* An enhanced tool for easily installing new applications(see “Add Applications” on the Applications menu)
* A new tool which makes it easy to install support for multiple languages (Language Selector)
* Editable GNOME menus
* Applications are now linked into the Launchpad infrastructure (new entries on the Help menus for translation and support)
* Support for writing audio CDs (Serpentine)
* Graphical startup process with progress bar (USplash)
* New documentation (Ubuntu 5.10 Quick Tour and Ubuntu 5.10 FAQ Guide)
* Language packs with updates from the Rosetta translation platform, part of Launchpad.net, which makes contributing translations easy for everybody in any language.
On the Server
* Kernel(22.214.171.124) support for cluster filesystems (OCFS2 and GFS)
* Plone 2.1 & Zope 2.8.1
* Support for automatic storage allocation into LVM volumes
* Built-in thin client functionality produced in cooperation with the LTSP project (http://wiki.ubuntu.com/ThinClientHowto)
* Simple NFS root setup with automatic hardware detection through initramfs-tools
* Support for up to 4 gigabytes of RAM by default on 32-bit architectures
También acaba de ser lanzado Kubuntu 5.10 (viene con KDE)
The second release of Kubuntu, codenamed Breezy Badger, is now available for download. This release comes with the very latest KDE 3.4.3 and includes the new Guidance configuration tools. If you missed our testing releases for Breezy you will be pleased to see the other new additions in Kubuntu Breezy including Adept package manager, System Settings and KDE Bluetooth.
[mirrors de descarga Kubuntu 5.10]
[Nota de lanzamiento]