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Ubuntu Feisty released

By   |  April 19, 2007

Canonical, the commercial sponsor of the Ubuntu Linux desktop and server operating system, today announced the release of Ubuntu 7.04, named Feisty Fawn.

Feisty Fawn is the sixth release of the popular Linux operating system which is updated every 6 months.

Ubuntu 7.04 desktop edition includes a brand new Windows migration assistant, much-improved wireless networking support and improved multimedia support.

Ubuntu 7.04 server edition also adds support for hardware facilities that speed up the use of virtual machines as well as other improved hardware support, making it an excellent choice as a web, database, file and print server, the fastest growing area of Linux server use. Ubuntu’s already outstanding support for thin clients is boosted with advanced print and sound support.

The latest version of Ubuntu includes the following new features:

Windows migration tool: The new migration tool recognises Internet Explorer bookmarks, Firefox favorites, desktop wallpaper, AOL IM and Yahoo IM contacts, and imports them all into Ubuntu during installation. This offers easier and faster migration for new users of Ubuntu and individuals wanting to run a dual-boot system.

Simpler multimedia: A new guided wizard for automatically installing multimedia codecs not shipped with Ubuntu gives users a safe and easy way to view music and videos.

Plug and play network sharing with Avahi: This new feature allows users to automatically discover and join a wireless network to share music, find printers and more.

Ubuntu 7.04 includes the Linux 2.6.20 kernel, the recent GNOME 2.18 desktop environment, and thousands of additional applications.

The operating system requires a minimum of 256MB of memory to be installed.

To coincide with the Ubuntu 7.04 launch Canonical also announced the availability of Kubuntu, Edubuntu and Xubuntu. Ubuntu 7.04, including the Kubuntu, Edubuntu and Xubuntu variants.

Ubuntu 7.04 will be maintained for 18 months on both the desktop and on the server, and additional free support is available from the thriving Ubuntu community. For deployments which require additional service guarantees, full telephone and online support is commercially available globally from the professional support team at Canonical and service partners.


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