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Each version of Ubuntu has a version number and also a code name. The version number is simply the year of release, followed by the month. The release made in June 2006 has the version number 6.06, for example. If an updated release is made after this, numbers are added to the end. For example, the first update to the 6.06 release is numbered 6.06.1. The code name is how Ubuntu is referred to informally, especially among community members, and is set by Mark Shuttleworth, the creator of Ubuntu. Code names tend to involve animals and are usually humorous. The 6.06 version of Ubuntu is code-named Dapper Drake, for example. The latest 8.04 release is code-named Hardy Heron. People often just use the first word of the code name, especially on Internet forums. For example, the 8.04 release is often referred to as Hardy. This book was written using version 8.04 as a base. This version was released in April 2008. It was the most recent version at the time of this writing. Mark Shuttleworth has announced plans for the 8.10 release, which is code-named Intrepid Ibex. Each successive version of Ubuntu brings improvements, such as newer versions of software packages. However, not all versions of Ubuntu are created equal when it comes to online updates, as provided by the Update Manager program. All versions of Ubuntu come with free software updates for a set period, usually 18 months, after which users are expected to upgrade (for free) to the most recent version at that time.
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APPENDIX D EXPLORING THE DVD-ROM AN D OTHE R UBUNTU VERS IONS
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However, the 8.04 release included with this book and the 6.06 release from a few years ago also have the epithet LTS, which stands for Long Term Support. The freely available software updates for 8.04 will last until 2011, some three years after the initial release. The 6.06 release is supported until 2009.
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Note If you use the Ubuntu 8.04 or 6.06 release on a server system, support will last for five years.
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The intention behind the 8.04 and 6.06 releases is that they should be used by those who want a proven and stable Linux operating system, and don t care about newer features in the latest releases of Ubuntu. For example, in a corporate environment, some of the new features provided in more recent versions of Ubuntu might require additional staff training, so an unchanging release may prove appealing.
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Ubuntu works to a six-month release cycle, and this means a new version of Ubuntu comes out every half year. By the time you read this, a new release of Ubuntu may be available, and you might choose to update to it (but be aware that it will have only 18 months of update support, and not the three years up until 2011 provided with 8.04). You can update to a newer version of Ubuntu in two ways: by burning the ISO image to a CD or by upgrading online. You can download the ISO image of the latest release from www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/ download and burn it to CD. Then insert the CD when Ubuntu is up and running. You ll be asked if you want to upgrade to the latest version using the Synaptic Package Manager. This process is automated. Of course, you can then use the same CD to install Ubuntu afresh on any other computer. To upgrade online, open a terminal window (Applications Accessories Terminal), and type the following two lines, pressing Enter after each one: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade This will download all the packages for the latest release of Ubuntu, if one is available, and attempt to update your system. Updating in this way involves less downloading, because your computer will get only the packages it needs, although it s still likely that several hundred megabytes will need to be downloaded.
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