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'''Ubuntu'''<ref name=mandela>{{cite video| people=Nelson Mandela| date=1/11/2006| title=The Ubuntu Experience (Nelson Mandela Interview)| url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODQ4WiDsEBQ| medium=Motion picture}}</ref><ref>[http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu About Ubuntu]</ref> is a computer operating system based on the [[Debian]] distribution and distributed as free and open source software. It is named after the Southern African philosophy of ''Ubuntu'' ("humanity towards others").<ref>{{cite web| url=https://help.ubuntu.com/10.10/about-ubuntu/C/about-ubuntu-name.html| title=About the Name| work=Official Ubuntu Documentation| publisher=Canonical Ltd| accessdate=11/8/2010}}</ref> Ubuntu is designed primarily for use on personal computers, although a server edition also exists.
'''Ubuntu'''<ref name=mandela>{{cite video| people=Nelson Mandela| date=1/11/2006| title=The Ubuntu Experience (Nelson Mandela Interview)| url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ODQ4WiDsEBQ| medium=Motion picture}}</ref><ref>[http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu About Ubuntu]</ref> is a computer operating system based on the [[Debian]] distribution and distributed as free and open source software. It is named after the Southern African philosophy of ''Ubuntu'' ("humanity towards others").<ref>{{cite web| url=https://help.ubuntu.com/10.10/about-ubuntu/C/about-ubuntu-name.html| title=About the Name| work=Official Ubuntu Documentation| publisher=Canonical Ltd| accessdate=11/8/2010}}</ref> Ubuntu is designed primarily for use on personal computers, although a server edition also exists.
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With an estimated global usage of more than 12 million users,<ref>http://www.muktware.com/a/3/2/29/2010/531?page=0,0</ref> Ubuntu is designed primarily for desktop use, although netbook and server editions exist as well.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu| title=Get Ubuntu| publisher=ubuntu.com| accessdate=10/17/2010}}</ref> Web statistics suggest that Ubuntu's share of Linux desktop usage is about 50%,<ref>{{cite web| url=http://statowl.com/operating_system_market_share_by_os_version.php?1=1&timeframe=last_6&interval=month&chart_id=4&fltr_br=&fltr_os=&fltr_se=&fltr_cn=&limit%5B%5D=linux| title=Operating System Version Usage| publisher=statowl.com| accessdate=4/29/2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web| url=http://stats.wikimedia.org/wikimedia/squids/SquidReportOperatingSystems.htm| title=Wikimedia Visitor Log Analysis Report - Operating Systems| publisher=Wikimedia| accessdate=12/11/2009}}</ref> and indicate upward trending usage as a web server.<ref>{{cite web| url=http://trends.builtwith.com/Server/Ubuntu|title=Ubuntu Usage Statistics| publisher=builtwith.com| accessdate=4/19/2010}}</ref>
 
Ubuntu is sponsored by the UK-based company Canonical Ltd.
Ubuntu is sponsored by the UK-based company Canonical Ltd.

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Ubuntu
Company / developer Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Foundation
OS family Unix-like
Working state Current
Source model Free and open source software
Initial release 20 October 2004 (2004-10-20)
Language(s) Multilingual (more than 55)
Update method APT (front-ends available)
Package manager dpkg (front-ends like Synaptic available)
Supported platforms IA-32, x86-64
Kernel type Linux (Monolithic)
Userland GNU
Default user interface GNOME
License Mainly the GNU GPL / plus proprietary binary blobs[1][2] and various other licenses
Official website ubuntu.com

Ubuntu[3][4] is a computer operating system based on the Debian distribution and distributed as free and open source software. It is named after the Southern African philosophy of Ubuntu ("humanity towards others").[5] Ubuntu is designed primarily for use on personal computers, although a server edition also exists.

Ubuntu is sponsored by the UK-based company Canonical Ltd.

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Target

Ubuntu v7.10 i386 builds are available for LIO from the Ubuntu repository.

The Ubuntu binary package names are target-utils and target-modules for binary packages. target-source requires module-assistant to build the kernel module. Building the target-utils source currently requires checking out the code and using dpkg-buildpackage from trunk/target (see README for more information).

See also

Notes

  1. Free Software Foundation Latin America. Retrieved 2010-02-08.
  2. Free Software Directory - Linux (BLOB free version). Retrieved 2010-02-08.
  3. Nelson Mandela (1/11/2006). The Ubuntu Experience (Nelson Mandela Interview). [Motion picture]. 
  4. About Ubuntu
  5. "About the Name". Official Ubuntu Documentation. Canonical Ltd. 

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