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You've been waiting for it, we've been working hard on it.. it's the new Long Term Support release of Kubuntu!
This means we've been working hard on removing bugs, polishing features and not adding new ones. This will probably be the last release before KDE Frameworks 5 and Plasma Next gets introduced so for those who like to live life on the cautious side you'll be pleased to know the Long Term Support label means we'll have important bug fixes and security fixes for the next 5 years. It'll also get backports of important KDE software for the next couple of years.
But that doesn't mean there's nothing new. Take a look at the release announcement for a long list. For one thing we're the first distro to ship with KDE SC 4.13 fresh out today. It brings a much nicer desktop search capability that makes search fly.
Muon is slicker, all new Driver Manager means hardware works better, Gwenview plugins mean it's easier to upload to Facebook, KDE Connect makes your phone talk to your laptop.
All wrapped up with the safety of commercial support if you need it and plenty of community support if you need that.
I'd like to thank Harald who put in a lot of effort in this release, even writing up release notes which I've never found anyone to help with before. Rohan did crutial last minute bugfixes including at the last minute and nifty new features like the Driver Manager. Aurelien took care of Ubiquity to get your installs looking nice. We've all new documentation thanks to Aaron and Valerie and others. Scott kept the policy ticking over. Phillip got things packaged, debfx had bug fixes when it was needed most, Michal keeping an eye on the important packages, Scarlett being the Queen of packaging for KF5 and others. Really what a wonderful team effort.
And next? We'll be looking at making KDE Frameworks usable, Plasma 2014.6 may be the next desktop and who knows we may even get something working with Wayland. it's exiting! Come and join us, chat in #kubuntu-devel and join the kubuntu-devel mailing list.
I’m pleased to announce the general availability of OpenStack 2014.1 (Icehouse) in Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and in the Ubuntu Cloud Archive (UCA) for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.
Users of Ubuntu 14.04 need take no further action other than follow their favourite install guide – but do take some time to checkout the release notes for Ubuntu 14.04.
Ubuntu 12.04 users can enable the Icehouse pocket of the UCA by running:sudo add-apt-repository cloud-archive:icehouse
The Icehouse pocket of the UCA also includes updates for associated packages including Ceph 0.79 (which will be updated to the Ceph 0.80 Firefly stable release), Open vSwitch 2.0.1, qemu 2.0.0 and libvirt 1.2.2 – you can checkout the full list here.
Thanks goes to all of the people who have contributed to making OpenStack rock this release cycle – both upstream and in Ubuntu!
Remember that you can report bugs on packages from the UCA for Ubuntu 12.04 and from Ubuntu 14.04 using the ubuntu-bug tool – for example:ubuntu-bug nova
will report the bug in the right place on launchpad and add some basic information about your installation.
The Juju charms for OpenStack have also been updated to support deployment of OpenStack Icehouse on Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 12.04. Read the charm release notes for more details on the new features that have been enabled during this development cycle.
Canonical have a more concise install guide in the pipeline for deploying OpenStack using Juju and MAAS – watch this space for more information…
Stephen Michael Kellat asked me to post this:
As this is sent, the release announcement for Ubuntu and its many flavors is not up yet. Please take the time to download the 14.04 Long Term Support Release and to liberally seed torrents if you can. So far Xubuntu 14.04 has been wonderful and I am an “apt-get dist-upgrade” away from transitioning off beta to final on my installed base.
Discs for distribution have **not** been pre-ordered. If there is interest in doing a disc distribution campaign, please talk to the three Deputies about making a plan. I will not order discs to just have lay around gathering dust.
Have a great Thursday. Svetlana Belkin, James Gifford, Unit193…I leave the celebrations for you to lead. Svetlana, please post a copy of this message to your blog with such comment as you deem fit. My duties at work plus commute time prevent my celebrating much for this release on release day.
Stephen Michael Kellat
Point of Contact/Leader, Ubuntu Ohio
Member, LoCo Council
As for me, I have Ubuntu 14.04 32 bit on one of my laptops and I will have a review of Ubuntu 14.04 up soon.
We would like to congratulate the other Ubuntu Flavors on their 14.04 releases and have plans to join them with our 14.04 release in the next week. We would also like to thank all of our users for their patience and their continued support.
The Ubuntu team is very pleased to announce our fifth long-term support
release, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core, as well
as Ubuntu 14.04 for Phone and Tablet products.
Codenamed “Trusty Tahr”, 14.04 LTS continues Ubuntu’s proud tradition
of integrating the latest and greatest open source technologies into a
high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution. The team has been hard at
work through this cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is the first long-term support release with support
for the new “arm64″ architecture for 64-bit ARM systems, as well as the
“ppc64el” architecture for little-endian 64-bit POWER systems. This
release also includes several subtle but welcome improvements to Unity,
AppArmor, and a host of other great software.
Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS includes the Icehouse release of OpenStack,
alongside deployment and management tools that save devops teams time
when deploying distributed applications – whether on private clouds,
public clouds, x86 or ARM servers, or on developer laptops. Several key
server technologies, from MAAS to Ceph, have been updated to new upstream
versions with a variety of new features.
The newest Kubuntu, Edubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu
Kylin, and Ubuntu Studio are also being released today. More details
can be found for these at their individual release notes:
Maintenance updates will be provided for 5 years for Ubuntu Desktop,
Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Cloud, Ubuntu Core, Ubuntu Kylin, Edubuntu, and
Kubuntu. All the remaining flavours will be supported for 3 years.
To get Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
In order to download Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, visit:
Users of Ubuntu 12.10 and 13.10 will be offered an automatic upgrade to
14.04 LTS via Update Manager shortly. Users of 12.04 LTS will be
offered the automatic upgrade when 14.04.1 LTS is released, which is
scheduled for July 24th. For further information about upgrading, see:
As always, upgrades to the latest version of Ubuntu are entirely free
We recommend that all users read the release notes, which document
caveats, workarounds for known issues, as well as more in-depth notes
on the release itself. They are available at:
Find out what’s new in this release with a graphical overview:
The Ubuntu GNOME Team is proud and happy to announce the release of Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS.
Ubuntu GNOME is an official flavour of Ubuntu, featuring the GNOME desktop environment. Ubuntu GNOME is a mostly pure GNOME desktop experience built from the Ubuntu repositories. This is our very first Long Term Release (LTS) version.Release Notes
Please read the Release Notes before Downloading Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS:
There are important steps you need to be aware of before installing Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS so please read carefully: Download Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTSUbuntu Announcement and Release Notes
Please see this link.Contact Us
Please, see the full list of our communications channelsThank you everyone
To each and everyone who participated, helped, supported and contributed to Ubuntu GNOME this cycle; big thanks to all of you.
Ubuntu GNOME Team has gone the extra miles by putting extraordinary efforts to the point, the team was ready to apply for the LTS Status. We have done all what we could to achieve that and indeed we have and therefore, we gained and deserved the LTS Status. Without a doubt, that is a huge achievement in our history.
Special thanks to our testers who did a unique great job to make Ubuntu GNOME better. As a result of all these efforts, we have a great LTS release to be proud of.
Thank you for choosing and using Ubuntu GNOME.
QA Lead of Ubuntu GNOME
The Ubuntu team is very pleased to announce our fifth long-term support release, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for Desktop, Server, Cloud, and Core, as well as Ubuntu 14.04 for Phone and Tablet products.
Codenamed "Trusty Tahr", 14.04 LTS continues Ubuntu’s proud tradition of integrating the latest and greatest open source technologies into a high-quality, easy-to-use Linux distribution. The team has been hard at work through this cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs.
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is the first long-term support release with support for the new "arm64" architecture for 64-bit ARM systems, as well as the "ppc64el" architecture for little-endian 64-bit POWER systems. This release also includes several subtle but welcome improvements to Unity, AppArmor, and a host of other great software.
Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS includes the Icehouse release of OpenStack, alongside deployment and management tools that save devops teams time when deploying distributed applications – whether on private clouds, public clouds, x86 or ARM servers, or on developer laptops. Several key server technologies, from MAAS to Ceph, have been updated to new upstream versions with a variety of new features.
The newest Kubuntu, Edubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu GNOME, Ubuntu Kylin, and Ubuntu Studio are also being released today. More details can be found for these at their individual release notes:
Maintenance updates will be provided for 5 years for Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server, Ubuntu Cloud, Ubuntu Core, Ubuntu Kylin, Edubuntu, and Kubuntu. All the remaining flavours will be supported for 3 years.To get Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
In order to download Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, visit:
Users of Ubuntu 12.10 and 13.10 will be offered an automatic upgrade to 14.04 LTS via Update Manager shortly. Users of 12.04 LTS will be offered the automatic upgrade when 14.04.1 LTS is released, which is scheduled for July 24th. For further information about upgrading, see:
As always, upgrades to the latest version of Ubuntu are entirely free of charge.
We recommend that all users read the release notes, which document caveats, workarounds for known issues, as well as more in-depth notes on the release itself. They are available at:
Find out what’s new in this release with a graphical overview:
If you have a question, or if you think you may have found a bug but aren’t sure, you can try asking in any of the following places:
#ubuntu on irc.freenode.net
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Originally posted to the ubuntu-announce mailing list on Thu Apr 17 17:09:54 UTC 2014 by Adam Conrad
The Kubuntu and KDE team has been hard at work for the last 6 months, which has culminated into a rocking Kubuntu 14.04 release which introduces a whole bunch of new features, the most important of which are :
- A new semantic search framework for KDE SC 4.13, leading to faster email and file searches
- Automatic error reporting in order to improve the quality of KDE and Kubuntu
- A new driver manager to make it simpler to activate hardware that requires proprietary drivers
- Notifications for when additional drivers or language packs can be installed to improve your Kubuntu experience
- A new touchpad management app for laptops
- Misc. bug fixes and features that can be found here
Kubuntu 14.04 is a LTS release, so while introducing new applications, we’ve also taken into account personal and business users who would want to run it for extended periods of time, which is why the Kubuntu team makes the following promise :
- Kubuntu 14.04 will keep receiving security bug fixes when such fixes are available from KDE upstream for the next 5 years
- New releases of the KDE SC will be backported to 14.04 and be available via Kubuntu PPA’s for the next 2 years
- A long-term upgrade path to the next LTS release
Along with the above, the Ubuntu team also has plans to backport new Xorg and friends releases as well as new kernel releases as part of their LTS Enablement stack, making sure that your hardware performance keeps improving over the time of 5 years.
All of this makes Kubuntu the ideal distribution to use for enterprise rollouts, OEM’s and of course regular users who want a longer support cycle ( as opposed to the regular, 9 month, support cycle )
Welcome to Kubuntu 14.04 LTS, a brand new Long Term Supported version with the latest KDE software to enjoy.
Long Term Support means bugfixes and security updates will be added for the next 5 years, so you can be safe to use it until 2019. New releases of important KDE Software will also be available from the Kubuntu Updates and Kubuntu Backports PPAs.
Welcome to Edubuntu 14.04 LTS!
The Edubuntu development team announces today the release of Edubuntu 14.04 LTS.
As the second Long Term Support release of the Edubuntu, this version will be supported for 5 years, until April 2019. The Edubuntu development team will also provide "point releases" in sync with Ubuntu to offer you new installation media containing all the latest bug fixes and hardware enablement stacks.
Please visit the download page for information on how to obtain it.
What's new ?
As usual, Edubuntu inherits most of the changes that occur in Ubuntu.
Additionally, this release brings you:
- Epoptes 0.5.7, an update to the popular classroom management software suite.
- New major version of LTSP (5.5.x), including numerous bugfixes, speed improvement, lowering bandwidth requirements and improving fat client support.
Edubuntu inherits new features from Ubuntu 14.04, please read the full release notes for a listing of the latest features and issues.
How do I get it ?
The DVD image (also usable as a USB image) is downloadable from our download page.
Installation instructions are available here.
If you already have an Ubuntu or Ubuntu based system installed, you can simply install any additional Edubuntu packages that you would like to use from the Software Center.
Users of Edubuntu 13.10 as well as fully up to date users from the 12.04 series can upgrade directly to 14.04.
Community support is available via IRC, Forums and Mailing lists.
Please refer to http://edubuntu.org/documentation for more information.
The Edubuntu project aims to maintain high quality educational and related packages in Ubuntu. Additionally, we also produce the Edubuntu DVD, which aims to be an easy to use Ubuntu system designed for home and classroom use.
For more information, see: About Edubuntu
In this week’s show:-
- We take a look at what’s been happening in the news:
- Windows XP support has officially ended!
- A major security flaw in OpenSSL, dubbed “heartbleed” has been discovered and patched. There’s an interesting timeline of who knew what and when and an interesting article about it all…
- Open Rights Group has launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise money for a campaign video against Internet censorship in the UK.
- Independent audit of TrueCrypt disk encryption system found some bugs, but no evidence of intentional flaws in the technology or backdoors.
- Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner can be fooled…
- The Guardian and Washington Post news papers have been awarded the Pulitzer prize for public service for their reporting of the NSA revelations.
- We also take a look at what’s been happening in the community:
- GNOME foundation is facing a budget shortfall…
- Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is released!
- Migrating a Spanish school’s computers from Windows XP to Ubuntu 14.04.
- Updated Ubuntu Cloud images have been released on various cloud providers in response to the OpenSSL heartbleed bug.
- The pain of porting GHC (the Glasgow Haskell Compiler) to new architectures
- Convergence plans for 14.10 and beyond…
We’ll be back next week, when we’ll review the Ubuntu 14.04 release and go through your feedback.
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As many of you know Canonical has decided to discontinue the Ubuntu One files. In my testing I have not yet decided what service to replace Ubuntu One with, but I have currently migrated all my files to OneDrive from Microsoft by making use of Storage Made Easy. Storage Made Easy has clients for Windows, Linux, OS X and mobile clients, but you can migrate files between services using their web interface as well. With a free account you can add up to three providers. Due to bandwidth limits I doubt I will use the service as my replacement, but it did allow me to transfer the files to OneDrive as a temporary home while I figure out what I will use in the future.
In the process of migrating files to Microsoft’s service I noticed what I assume is an oversight by Canonical. The Ubuntu One site does not have any notification that it is shutting down. Below are some screen shots.
worse is I can still click on sign-up without being told the file services are being discontinued.
Tomorrow the next Ubuntu Long Term Support (LTS) release comes out, 14.04, development code name Trusty Tahr. In preparation, I was putting together some materials for our release event next week and found myself looking for the Tahr artwork when I remembered that it was included in the installer. So now I’ll share it with you as well!
I haven’t found an svg version of this logo, but I’ll be sure to update this post if I do.
Looking for something slightly different? The Xubuntu team also included a tahr in our installer, created by Simon Steinbeiß:
This png has transparency, which make it show grey on white, but you can flavor it with any color you wish!
Enjoy! And happy release everyone!
Our glorious news reporters have begun posting news items directly to the site to keep you informed of all the latest Linux related news.
Clicking the NEWS link at the top of the site will show you the headlines, while looking to the right will show the five latest news posts.
Feel free to comment on the news stories as maybe the comments could expand the news section in the magazine.
We’ve been trying to get our Java developer story in order, as it’s one of the areas where users have been telling us they’d like to see made easier to manage. We brought Matthew Bruzek on board, who will be focusing on our Java framework stuff.
Here’s his first cut, and it’s a big one. We now finally have an all emcompassing Apache Tomcat Charm. This charm allows you to develop your app on top of it as a subordinate charm and be able to deploy it. As an example, let’s deploy OpenMRS.juju deploy tomcat7 juju deploy openmrs juju deploy mysql juju add-relation openmrs mysql juju add-relation openmrs tomcat7 juju expose tomcat7
The magic happens when you relate openmrs to tomcat7, that installs OpenMRS in Tomcat, and then you’re good to go.
The charm contains a ton of options for you to check out, including deploying to Tomcat6 if that’s how you roll.
That one is not in the charm store yet, but we’ll get to it!
The Xubuntu team is pleased to announce the immediate release of Xubuntu 14.04. Xubuntu 14.04 is an LTS (Long-Term Support) release and will be supported for 3 years.
The final release images are available as Torrents and direct downloads at http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/xubuntu/releases/14.04/release/
As the main server will be very busy in the first days after the release, we recommend using the Torrents wherever possible.
For support with the release, navigate to Help & Support for a complete list of methods to get help.Highlights, changes and known issues
The highlights of this release include:
- Light Locker replaces xscreensaver for screen locking, a setting editing GUI is included
- The panel layout is updated, and now uses Whiskermenu as the default menu
- Mugshot is included to allow you to easily edit your personal preferences
- MenuLibre for menu editing, with full Xfce support, replaces Alacarte
- A community wallpapers package, which includes work from the five winners of the wallpaper contest
- GTK Theme Config to customize your desktop theme colors
- Updated artwork, including various enhancements to themes as well as a new default wallpaper
Some of the known issues include:
- Xfce4 Power Manager does not restore screen power (1259339), see the release notes for details and workarounds
- Window manager shortcut keys don’t work after reboot (1292290)
- Sorting by date or name not working correctly in Ristretto (1270894)
- Due to the switch from xscreensaver to light-locker, some users might have issues with timing of locking; removing xscreensaver from the system should fix these problems
- IBus does not support certain keyboard layouts (1284635). Only affects upgrades with certain keyboard layouts. See release notes for a workaround.
To see the complete list of new features, improvements and known and fixed bugs, read the release notes.Other efforts and thanks
As always, contributors to Xubuntu have worked on various projects not directly visible in the release. While any of these would be worth mentioning, the following are a few we felt may be of interest to the community:
- QA efforts, including ISO and package testing as well as bug reporting and triaging
- Marketing projects, including work on a flyer to promote Xubuntu for people still running Windows XP
- Website updates, including a theme refresh
While many of the improvements in Xubuntu since the last LTS are, indeed, not directly visible. Some of the major improvements have been in design and theming, and as such we hope that you don’t see them – good design should be invisible.
Thanks to everybody contributing to Xubuntu! As always, new contributors are always welcome to join us. There are various different tasks to do, from testing daily ISOs and new package versions to writing and translating documentation to fixing bugs. To learn more about contributing, read the Get Involved section on the Xubuntu website.
Start up the hype machine! We’re going to take a look at what’s coming in Xubuntu 14.04.
With only two days before final release, let’s take a look at what’s new in the next LTS release of Xubuntu. Here’s 14 things that make the biggest splash this time around.New Look
- Brand new theme for the LightDM GTK+ Greeter login/lock screen.
- A new “Suru”-styled default wallpaper.
- Six wallpapers were selected from a pool of community-submitted wallpapers and included. See each of the winning submissions here.
- A new panel layout. As featured below: [Whisker Menu] [Window Buttons] [Notification Area] [Indicator Plugin] [Clock]
- “Whisker Menu”, a modern menu applet, is included by default.
- The indicator stack has been updated. Network, Power, and Sound are included and fully functional.
- The themes included come from the popular Shimmer Project and Numix Project.
- Xscreensaver has been removed in favor of Light Locker. Light Locker uses LightDM to lock the screen, merging the functionality of the login screen and the lock screen. Light Locker Settings is included to make configuration a simple task.
- Mugshot, the simple user configuration utility, is now included by default.
- The Alacarte menu editor has been removed in favor of MenuLibre.
- Parole Media Player’s plugins are once-again fully-functional.
- The Xfce Display Settings now supports monitor hotplugging.
- The Xfce Compositor now supports zooming. Just hold Alt and scroll the mousewheel up or down.
- Xubuntu 14.04 features more keyboard shortcuts and better compatibility with multimedia keyboards.
- Web Browser: WWW or Home Page or Super+W
- Mail Reader: Mail or Super+M
- File Manager: My Computer or Super+F
- Terminal: Super+T or Ctrl+Alt+T
- Display Settings: Display or Super+P
- gmusicbrowser: Music
- Calculator: Calculator
- Pidgin: Messenger
- xkill: Ctrl+Alt+Escape
As of the beginning of the April I am a Xamarin (that is what Xamarin employees call themselves).
At Xummit I met the rest of the Xamarins and I had an incredible time there (dare I say magical ♥).
I met old friends like Rodrigo Moya, Jason Smith, David Siegel, Cody Russell, Neil Patel, Connor Curran, Gord Allot and others, but also made new friends:
- Zack Gramana: The right amount of crazy and creative. He is helping me with my new pet project.
- Seth Rosetter: SF chilled out hacker with an ear for techno and extreme positive attitude, a delight to hang out with.
- Mike Krüger: One of the friendliest people I got to meet and know with exactly my kind of humour.
- Victoria Grothey: Incredibly nice person with lots of energy and always smiling.
- Marek Safar: The most passionate beer expert I know I guess. Also rumour has it that either I am stalking him or he is stalking me.
- Václav Vančura: An awesome designer who motivated me to start drawing again. Thanks for that. And many many more.
One thing I believe in, is that interpersonal relationships between co-workers is a must for a community or a company to be productive and successful. Xamarin promoted (and still promotes) this positive habit, achieved it and even more. The upbeat attitude and enthusiasm at Xamarin is infectious. Combined with the diversity in culture as well as stuff/tasks to do brings the best out of Xamarins. I will not forget the bus ride to the venue. 8 people with 7 different nationalities, but all happy and psyched about what they are doing and what others are doing ♥.
Since I joined Xamarin I started doing more Mono in my free time too. Currently I am porting
Synapse to Mac (since I loved the interface and some of the functionalities I couldn’t find in Alfred and Quicksilver). Here is a small very early sneak peak :)
I am loving Xamarin and all its stands for and brings to the table.
P.S: Hylke Bons has a fan base here at Xamarin :)
Nothing new to report this week
Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs
Release metrics and incoming bug data can be reviewed at the following link:
Milestone Targeted Work Items
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Status: Trusty Development Kernel
The 3.13.0-24.46 Ubuntu kernel in the Trusty archive is currently based on the v3.13.9 upstream stable kernel. The kernel is currently frozen
in preparation for our final 14.04 release this Thurs Apr 17. kernel.
We do not anticipate any uploads between now and Thurs. All patches
from here on out are subject to our Ubuntu SRU policy.
Important upcoming dates:
Thurs Apr 17 – Ubuntu 14.04 Final Release (~2 days away)
The current CVE status can be reviewed at the following link:
Status: Stable, Security, and Bugfix Kernel Updates – Saucy/Raring/Quantal/Precise/Lucid
Status for the main kernels, until today (Mar. 25):
- Lucid – Verification and Testing
- Precise – Verification and Testing
- Quantal – Verification and Testing
Saucy – Verification and Testing
Current opened tracking bugs details:
For SRUs, SRU report is a good source of information:
cycle: 30-Mar through 26-Apr
28-Mar Last day for kernel commits for this cycle
30-Mar – 05-Apr Kernel prep week.
06-Apr – 12-Apr Bug verification & Regression testing.
17-Apr 14.04 Released
13-Apr – 26-Apr Regression testing & Release to -updates.
Vote on upload rights for kamal.
(ogasawara> <apw) "kamal has shown himself to have a keen eye for detail, and a
strong sense of when to ask for help. I have no hesitations in
accepting him into the team. +1"
^^ from apw
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