Ubuntu developer Matthias Klose informs the community of one of the most popular GNU/Linux distributions in the world that the upcoming Ubuntu 17.04 operating system is now officially open for development.
Dubbed by Canonical and Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth as "Zesty Zapus," the Ubuntu 17.04 release should be yet another normal, unexcited version of Ubuntu Linux, supported for nine months. However, just like Ubuntu 16.10 (Yakkety Yak), it will ship with the latest software releases and an up-to-date Linux kernel.
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