Ubuntu is a Linux distribution based on Debian and Debian based but differs in several cases. South Africa is one of the concepts called Ubuntu means “humanity to others» (Humanity Towards Others) have been taken.
Ubuntu every six months a new version is released. In addition to any version of Ubuntu, and 18 months after the release of that version, support is provided. LTS version as 8.04 (Hardy), rather than the support of 18 months, three years and five years of support for the Special Edition PC offers support for server versions.
One of the points of interest in the Ubuntu Project, an emphasis on access and globalization. Therefore, this software is available for all the nationalities. It is very easy to work with and even users unfamiliar with it easily to the environment are used.
All versions of Ubuntu are free forever. Ubuntu CDs free of charge to those who request it via e-mail has been sent. The project, called Ubuntu (Edubuntu), which is the operating system as the name suggests, for use in the classroom and environment education is very good. Another project of this operating system called KDE (Kubuntu) is designed that uses the KDE Desktop. Ubuntu family includes the following:
Ubuntu Server Edition
Ubuntu MID Edition
Foundation, Wikimedia, Wikipedia institution supporting the project announced that it is migrating its servers to Ubuntu is set. The move is part of efforts of the Foundation for easier maintenance server 400 different projects of the Foundation that earlier versions of Redhat and Fedora have been used.
Ubuntu’s default Gnome (Gnome) use. Of course, fans of KDE (KDE) version of this distribution is called Kubuntu is KDE default provide that environment. The CD version of the software is very low, and to install the software provided by Ubuntu to the internet or use it to create DVD copies.
The operating system can be found in the Windows XP or Vista, but recommended the program to install VirtualBox or VMware operating system and learn and work with it.
Super-fast, easy to use and free, the Ubuntu operating system powers millions of desktops, netbooks and servers around the world. Ubuntu does everything you need it to. It’ll work with your existing PC files, printers, cameras and MP3 players. And it comes with thousands of free apps.