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Shuttleworth tips Ubuntu "Gutsy Gibbon" plans

With his tongue firmly in his cheek, Shuttleworth went ape in his description of the new features in Gutsy Gibbon.
Read another note about Gibbon here

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For example, he promised that the next version of Ubuntu will be the easiest one to install yet. “Some folks would say that any monkey can install Ubuntu (and sadly, other folks would say that many have), but the Gibbon will take easy installation to a whole new level, with work on an unattended-installation infrastructure in Ubiquity that makes it trivial to roll out Ubuntu desktops across an organization while getting on with other, more complicated stuff such as Windows service pack installations on legacy desktops.”

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