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Old 11-24-2010, 02:40 PM   #1
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LXer: Ubuntu Becoming A Rolling Release Distro?!?

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According to Ostatic, Mark Shuttleworth, said that Ubuntu will likely be moving from its current six-month release schedule to daily updates which would make Ubuntu a rolling-release Linux distribution.

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I believe the truth is somewhere in between those estimates -- I'd say there will be a specific version of Ubuntu that's rolling release -- somewhat like Fedora's Rawhide or Debian's Unstable branch.

Besides, if Ubuntu did come up with a rolling branch, I would be the first one to test it.


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