Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 18th Oct 2007 13:56 UTC, submitted by Witek Wasilewski
Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu Ubuntu 7.10 has been released. "Ubuntu 7.10 Desktop Edition adds an enhanced user interface, improved hardware support, multiple monitor support and integrated desktop search. Ubuntu 7.10 Server Edition features improved functionality, manageability, pro-active security and hardware compatibility and delivers a rapid deployment platform for developers and businesses. New versions of Kubuntu and Edubuntu, derivatives of Ubuntu aimed at KDE enthusiasts and the education community respectively, are also being released at the same time." And a review. Update: One more review.
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RE[2]: Ubuntu
by garymax on Fri 19th Oct 2007 15:25 UTC in reply to "RE: Ubuntu"
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"...just like you wouldn't expect the same from Debian, Slackware, or Gentoo."

Though you make a point the three projects you mentioned do not have as their goal to be the #1 desktop; they have one goal in mind: to be the best Linux possible for discriminating users of Linux.

I run Slackware and while it does not have a huge developer base, the developers it does have--in addition to Patrick Volkerding--all focus on making the best Linux possible for the end user who knows what they want.

Different distros have different constituencies so you can't paint them with w broad brush.

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