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Enterprise-level Ubuntu Linux due this week

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The developers of the popular Ubuntu Linux distribution plan to make a new landmark version of the software widely available this week.

Ubuntu's public schedule for releasing the software lists 1 June as the date for the new version, code-named "Dapper Drake", to be made public. The milestone release will be officially supported by the project for a longer period than previous versions, and will be billed as suitable for enterprise use.

Dapper Drake will be supported for three years for the desktop version and five years for servers, compared to 18 months for the current 5.10 "Breezy Badger" version.

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