Ubuntu is a Linux distribution for your desktop or server, with a fast and easy install, regular releases, a tight selection of excellent packages installed by default, every other package you can imagine available from the network, and professional technical support from Canonical Ltd and hundreds of other companies around the world.
Ubuntu 6.10 will be supported for 18 months on both the desktop and on the server.
Download Ubuntu 6.10 Beta here (choose the mirror closest to you):
Please download using Bittorrent if possible.
To upgrade from Ubuntu 6.06 LTS to Ubuntu 6.10 Beta, follow these instructions:
The final version of Ubuntu 6.10 is expected to be released in October.
The full release notes can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdgyEft/Beta
As always, Ubuntu includes the very best of the 100% Free / Libre application software world, and each new release incorporates countless newfeatures and bug fixes from the global development community.
If you would like to help shape Ubuntu, take a look at the list of ways you can participate at
Your comments, bug reports, patches and suggestions will help turn this Beta into the best release of Ubuntu ever. Please report bugs through the Launchpad bug tracker:
If you have a question, or if you think you may have found a bug but are not sure, first try asking on the #ubuntu IRC channel on FreeNode, on the Ubuntu Users mailing list, or on the Ubuntu forums:
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