If anyone’s in the mood for a new Linux install, you’ve got a lot of choices on your plate:
- Ubuntu 10.04 is out. While most Ubuntu releases last a fairly short period until the next one, 10.04 is a Long-Term Support (LTS) release, so it’s here for a very long time, and the important fixes from future versions will get folded back into this. (Note that there’s also a 10.04 LTS for servers.)
- RHEL 6 Beta is out. (As the “beta” in the name may imply, it’s still in beta.) See the changelog here.
- Fedora 13 comes out in under 3 weeks.