The second alpha build (also known as “Herd CD”) of Ubuntu 7.04 started to appear on Ubuntu mirrors last week and the release was formally announced today: “Herd 2 released. The primary focus during the time from Herd 1 has been the re-merging of changes from Debian and inclusion of new versions of applications. Notably, we have upgraded the kernel to 2.6.20. This is an early set of images, so you can expect some bugs. Among these are the following: the alternate i386 install CD takes a very long time (about five minutes) to do hardware detection on some machines; the desktop installer sometimes mounts the newly partitioned hard drive and then fails.”
January 15, 2007
Development Release: Ubuntu 7.04 Alpha 2
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