Mark Shuttleworth on Ubuntu Long Term Support

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Mark Shuttleworth the man behind commercial support of Ubuntu Linux talks on Ubuntu Long Term Support.

FTA “…The Ubuntu project has officially announced the release of Ubuntu 6.06 Long Term Support (LTS) today. Ubuntu 6.06, better known by its code name “Dapper Drake,” is the first Ubuntu release to offer an extended lifecycle, a GUI installer for desktop systems, and support for Sun SPARC systems. In a press conference yesterday, Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth talked about the Dapper release, and how the project plans to address enterprise needs…Read more

It will take some time to push Ubuntu in an enterprise environment. Currently Red Hat and Novell Suse Linux are dominating this place. Ubuntu server os need to provide following:

  • Easy to use server management tools
  • Support contract
  • Oracle and other software compatibility (note Oracle express edition runs on Debian/Ubuntu Linux) etc

I’m dam sure it will start to rule enterprise IDC environment 🙂

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  1. I upgraded to Dapper and was pleasantly surprised to find that my system is much more responsive than with Breezy. Firefox seems especially snappier. I really like the new GNOME deskbar applet too.

  2. this details also important. But I need to know how to configure server side and client side in Ubuntu using this NFS. I am not a expert, so please can you inform me very basically. B’cos I read some pages and got some idea how to configure it. But it couldn’t work. So please ….

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