TheeMahn, the man behind the Ultimate Edition, a popular Linux distribution based on Ubuntu, announced a couple of days ago the 2.0 release of his open source
operating system. Being built off Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) by hand,
Ultimate Edition 2.0 is the most awaited and the most complete
GNU/Linux operating system to date.
It has a lot of goodies that everyone expected from Ubuntu 8.10,
like dozens of wonderful desktop themes, icon sets, login manager
themes, boot splash themes and many wallpapers. We should also mention
that Ultimate Edition 2.0 was injected with a new Linux kernel (better
than the one in Ubuntu 8.10) and it also includes all the updates
available as of November 13th, 2008. Ultimate Edition 2.0 is available
for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.
"This release has all the goodies pre-added from previous
editions and a few new ones. I would like to be forthcoming in telling
you that the usplash does not work and I apologize for that, there must
have been some sort of drastic change in the usplash code. If I find a
fix, a new ‘theme pack’ will be released to fix it." - said TheeMahn, the Ultimate Edition developer.
surprise! With the new version of Ultimate Edition, TheeMahn also
announced the release of Ultimate Gamers Edition 2.0, which includes
all the applications present in the main edition and the following
games, for all you players out there:
is Ultimate Edition? First of all, you should know that it was
previously known as Ubuntu Ultimate and it comes with everything you
might need for your daily computer-related tasks. It can be used by
everyone, from Linux beginners to experienced system administrators, as
it is packed with applications ranging from media players to advanced
tweaking utilities. Ubuntu Ultimate has out-of-the-box support for
popular audio and video formats, and a complete open source office
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