Ubuntu is a popular Linux distribution open-source operating system that’s operated by Canonical. Canonical supplies support and security updates for every release of Ubuntu and oversees its ongoing development. Ubuntu has multiple editions, including core, server, and desktop, that allow it to run across different types of machines. It can be used on personal computers, servers, supercomputers, in cloud computing, and more.
Brian Boucheron • Published on April 23, 2020
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