Ubuntu Gets Gutsy
Ubuntu 7.10, better known as “Gutsy Gibbon” arrived with a fanfare today, sporting a host of shiny new features.
Ubuntu, which claims 30% of the Linux desktop market, now boasts Compiz by default, the ability to write to Windows NTFS drives, built-in dual-monitor support, an easier method for installing Firefox plugins, and and quite a bit more.
See what Linux Journal's James Gray had to say about Ubuntu Gutsy.
Justin Ryan is a Contributing Editor for Linux Journal.
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