Ubuntu 10.04 Second Beta on Servers

Apr 09, 2010

An early glimpse at a Lucid Lynx.

The new Ubuntu should be available in three weeks. The current beta version shows some promise of what one might expect from Lucid Lynx.

Canonical has put the second (and expected last) beta version of Ubuntu 10.04 on its servers. The official announcement is pending, but there are likely not many changes since beta 1. Among the most important of them is moving to GNOME 2.30 and Google (again!) being the default search engine.

For the final release due April 29, Canonical wants to provide one more release candidate on April 22 for download. Freeze for the RC is set for April 14.

Current beta 2 downloads:

Related content


  • Ubuntu 10.4

    Hope that stupid Grub issue have solved like buntu9.10 version I wated about 1 minut a grub louder was er.. louding something. And all I want is that window I can start Linux or Windows OS.
comments powered by Disqus
Subscribe to our Linux Newsletters
Find Linux and Open Source Jobs
Subscribe to our ADMIN Newsletters

Support Our Work

Linux Magazine content is made possible with support from readers like you. Please consider contributing when you’ve found an article to be beneficial.

Learn More