Dell gets behind Ubuntu 7.10

Just yesterday, we gave you a sneak peek at Ubuntu 7.10, or “Gutsy Gibbon” as it is commonly known. Today, Dell is announcing that it plans to install the newest version of Ubuntu on desktops and laptops, once 7.10 ships tomorrow. “We will offer Ubuntu 7.10 preinstalled on our systems soon,” said Anne Camden of Dell corporate communications, in an interview with eWeek. “For customers who are interested in updating their existing Ubuntu systems, we advise them to visit the Ubuntu 7.10 page on our wiki, which will go live after the official launch.” Granted, this doesn’t come as much of a surprise–Dell has been offering pre-installed Ubuntu systems for a while now–but its still nice to see that the Round Rock company is looking to keep things up-to-date on the Linux tip.

For more on Ubuntu on Dell:
– see this eWeek article

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