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After a preview release and multiple colony development builds, Ubuntu Linux has finally released v5.10 (Breezy Badger). Looking at this release first hand, it continues to look incredibly promising for the GNU/Linux movement and we hope that Mark Shuttleworth continues to invest in this valuable commodity. Some of the major improvements to Ubuntu 5.10 include thin client integration, OEM installer support, and Launchpad integration. Other advancements include GNOME 2.12.1, 2.0 BETA 2, GCC 4.0.1, and a wealth of other improvements to the hardware support and usability.

PHORONIX has a revealing set of screenshots and thanks to them for the above text.

And of course, OSDIR would not let this occasion go by without their complete set of screenshots as well.

If you're fan or would just like to know what Ubuntu looks like, there ya are!

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