Ubuntu Kylin operating system 18.04 (Bionic Beaver) is the third long-term support version after 14.04 and 16.04. It officially provides technical support (including regular update / bug repair / security upgrade) for up to three years, during which periodic updates will be provided. Today's 18.04.4 LTS release is the fourth update, and the next update, 18.04.5 LTS, will be released on August 6 this year.
The released version of Ubuntu Kylin19.10.1 is the updated version, the kernel version is upgraded to 126.96.36.199.22, and the Firefox browser is upgraded to 70.0. Some underlying libraries are updated as well. The icon theme settings and font advanced settings are added in the control panel . At the same time, the problems fed back by users through forums, wechat, official website and other platforms are fixed.
In October 18th, 2019, we glad to announce the official release of opensource operating system Ubuntu Kylin 19.10(Eoan Ermine). In this version, we have integrated new software center and other applications. In order to provide a better experience for users, a series of improvements are made on system kernel, basic service, desktop environment and specialized Apps. In addition, other opensource distribution such as Ubuntu 19.10、Lubuntu 19.10 and Ubuntu Mate 19.10 are released in the same time.
Ubuntu Kylin 19.10 was released on yesterday，This version integrates the new control panel and software store，Have you downloaded the experience yet?。Now,I will introduce you to the new version of the Linux-V2.3 Sogou input method that comes with the system release.If you are a long-time user of five-stroke typing, then this is definitely a good news for you.
UbuntuKylin 14.04 (Trusty Tahr) is a long-term support version that providing up to 5 years of technical support (including regular updates / bug fixes / security upgrades), with a phased update. Five upgrades have been released as planned, but due to the same reason (APT security vulnerabilities) as last week's release of 16.04.6, the sixth version of 14.04.6 was released in parallel with Ubuntu, and UbuntuKylin is the only official Ubuntu derivative to participate in this release.