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|Company / developer||Canonical Ltd. / Ubuntu Foundation|
|Source model||Free and open source software|
|Initial release||20 October 2004|
|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)|
|Default user interface||GNOME|
|License||Mainly the GNU GPL / plus proprietary binary blobs and various other licenses|
Ubuntu 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").
With an estimated global usage of more than 12 million users, Ubuntu is designed primarily for desktop use, although netbook and server editions exist as well. Web statistics suggest that Ubuntu's share of Linux desktop usage is about 50%, and indicate upward trending usage as a web server.
Ubuntu is sponsored by the UK-based company Canonical Ltd.
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).
- Fedora, community-supported Project, sponsored by Red Hat
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), the commercial distribution on which CentOS is based
- Scientific Linux, another distribution based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux which has RHEL6 clone
- ↑ Free Software Foundation Latin America. Retrieved 2010-02-08.
- ↑ Free Software Directory - Linux (BLOB free version). Retrieved 2010-02-08.
- ↑ Nelson Mandela (1/11/2006). The Ubuntu Experience (Nelson Mandela Interview). [Motion picture].
- ↑ About Ubuntu
- ↑ "About the Name". Official Ubuntu Documentation. Canonical Ltd.
- ↑ http://www.muktware.com/a/3/2/29/2010/531?page=0,0
- ↑ "Get Ubuntu". ubuntu.com.
- ↑ "Operating System Version Usage". statowl.com.
- ↑ "Wikimedia Visitor Log Analysis Report - Operating Systems". Wikimedia.
- ↑ "Ubuntu Usage Statistics". builtwith.com.
- Official website
- Ubuntu Wikipedia entry
- Ubuntu at the Open Directory Project
- How to Connect to an iSCSI Volume using Open-iSCSI in Linux