Tollef Fog Heen has announced the availability of the fourth alpha release of Ubuntu 7.04, code name “Feisty Fawn”: “Welcome to Feisty Fawn Herd 4, which will in time become Ubuntu 7.04. The primary focus during the time from Herd 3 has been a mix of feature development and bug fixing. Please refer to Ubuntu Herd4 for information on changes in Ubuntu, and Kubuntu Herd4 for changes in Kubuntu.” Here is the full release announcement, inclusive of a mirror list carrying the installation and live CD images of Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu and Edubuntu. Quick download links to the Ubuntu desktop CDs (MD5): feisty-desktop-i386.iso (694MB), feisty-desktop-amd64.iso (699MB).
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