Posts from the ‘Precise Pangolin’ Category

  • Canonical Ubuntu release schedule

    Ubuntu 12.04 LTS To Be Supported 5 Years

    October 25th, 2011 | News, Precise Pangolin, Ubuntu/Linux | Joe Steiger | No Comments

    Canonical’s Allison Randal announced on the Ubuntu mailing list, Ubuntu’s next LTS release (Precise Pangolin), which is scheduled for release in April of 2012, will have an extended support period compared to previous LTS releases.  The support period for Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin will be increased from the usual 3 years for desktop LTS releases, […]

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  • Ubuntu 12.04 Named Precise Pangolin

    October 5th, 2011 | Precise Pangolin, Ubuntu/Linux | Joe Steiger | No Comments

    Canonical’s Mark shuttleworth announced today Ubuntu 12.04’s codename will be Precise Pangolin.  When discussing the name choice, Shuttleworth states: “What are we trying to convey? 12.04 is an LTS.  So we want it to be tough and long-lasting, reliable, solid as a rock and well defended.  It’s also going to be the face of Ubuntu […]

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