Ubuntu 10.04 LTS users wanting to install Shotwell 0.8.x on their computers now can thanks to one users' hard work. Like many of those sticking with Ubuntu's Long Term Support release Martin Wimpress found that many updates to his favourite applications weren't being made available for 10.04. Rather than moan or go without he decided to do something about it.
The second maintenance update of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS has been released. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS will be supported with routine maintenance updates until April 2013 on desktops and April 2015 on servers. The release integrates 'numerous post-release updates' including security updates and 'corrections for high-impact bugs, with a focus on maintaining stability and compatibility with Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.'
Introducing: The best Ubuntu yet? Since its release a month ago I have been testing Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid Lynx, and I have been pleasantly surprised by the improvements in this version of my favorite distribution […]
After a hectic 6 month cycle complete with controversy, last minute bugs and exciting new features, the latest Ubuntu release, 10.04 Long Term Support “Lucid Lynx” has been unleashed into the wild. But what’s new? […]
The UbuntuOne Music store no longer accepts Click&Buy as a payment method because Ubuntu/Canonical, who, given the Store is in Beta, are still experimenting with functionality “including the offered payment methods” according to a 7Digital […]
The name of Ubuntu 10.04, the release due in April 2010, has been revealed as ‘Lucid Lynx’! Lynx’s Meat Lucid Lynx will be a LTS release (supported for 5 years) and will ship with Gnome […]