Today, Thu Apr 19 15:18:16 BST 2007, Ubuntu 7.04 codenamed Feisty Fawn has been released as stable.
Quite a lot of people using ubuntu might have been looking for today’s official release of ubuntu 7.04 codenamed Feisty Fawn.
The official release has been announced on https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-announce/2007-April/000102.html.
Here is the official announcement:
The Ubuntu team is proud to announce version 7.04 of the Ubuntu family of distributions. Ubuntu is a Linux distribution for your desktop or server, with a fast and easy install, regular releases, a tight selection of excellent software installed by default, an incredible variety of add-on software available with a few clicks, and professional technical support from Canonical Limited and hundreds of other companies around the world.
Ubuntu 7.04 is also the basis for new 7.04 releases of Kubuntu and Edubuntu:
Kubuntu announcement http://www.kubuntu.org/announcements/7.04-release.php Edubuntu announcement http://www.edubuntu.org/news/7.04-release
Ubuntu 7.04 will be supported for 18 months on both desktops and servers. Note that 6.06 LTS is a long-term support release, and so users requiring a longer support lifetime may choose to continue using that version rather than upgrade to or install 7.04.
Read more in the following press releases:
Ubuntu 7.04 http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntu704 Desktop edition http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntudesktop704 Server edition http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntuserver704 Ubuntu flavours http://www.ubuntu.com/news/ubuntuflavours704
To Get Ubuntu 7.04
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Users of Ubuntu 6.10 will be offered an automatic upgrade to 7.04 via
Update Manager. As always, upgrades to the latest version of Ubuntu
are entirely free of charge. For further information about upgrading,
We recommend that everyone, especially those upgrading an existing
Ubuntu system, read the release notes available at:
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