Ubuntu 12.04: A 'coming of age' on servers too, Shuttleworth says

By Katherine Noyes, PC World |  Data Center, Canonical, Mark Shuttleworth

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Much has already been made of Canonical's forthcoming Ubuntu Linux 12.04 LTS, not least by Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth himself, who has described it as the first time Ubuntu has taken the innovation lead over Macs and Windows.

Now in beta, this new Ubuntu version--also known as "Precise Pangolin"--is perhaps most notable for its inclusion of the new, widely anticipated Head-Up Display (HUD) interface, which aims eventually to do away with menus.


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