The release candidate of the popular Linux distribution is out as the April 23 deadline draws near.
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Beta-testing is under way for the Ubuntu One synchronization service for those running the Jaunty Jackalope version of the Linux software, aka Ubuntu 9.04.
Version 9.04 of the Linux distribution, which includes improvements to the Gnome interface, the Linux kernel, and the X.Org server, is now available for download.
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Next version of the Ubuntu Linux distribution includes a new notifications system, changes to the start-up process, and the distribution's first foray into cloud computing.
Due in April, Ubuntu 9.04 is expected to focus on faster boot time and on blurring the line between desktop applications and Web-based software.
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