Ubuntu 8.10 Released

UbuntuUbuntu 8.10, the latest in the line of the popular Linux operating system is now available for download from Ubuntu repositories and download mirrors worldwide. Both the desktop and server editions were rolled out today.

New features introduced in the desktop edition are:

  • 3G network support
  • Content from BBC, the British Broadcasting Corporation, streamed through Ubuntu’s default media players
  • Support for guest sessions
  • Install from and write to USB disk support

You may read details of the new features here, and download it here. New feature description and other resources for the server edition is available here

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