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Old 02-21-2008, 05:42 AM   #1
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LXer: Mobile tops Ubuntu goals for "Intrepid Ibex"


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Canonical chief executive, Mark Shuttleworth, today announced plans for the October release of Ubuntu Linux. The release, due out in October this year, is to be called Intrepid Ibex and will focus heavily on mobile computing. Ubuntu 8.10, or Intrepid Ibex, will be the ninth releas of Ubuntu since 4.10 released in October 2004.

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