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Edubuntu Linux will skip the Ubuntu 16.04 LTS release

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Edubuntu is a version of Ubuntu Linux designed for schools, students, and folks generally interested in education. Formerly known as Ubuntu Education Edition, the operating system is based on Ubuntu, but includes a suite of apps aimed at teachers and students.

The first version of the operating system was released in 2005, and the last major release came in 2014, when the developers decided to only offer new versions alongside Ubuntu’s LTS (Long Term Support) releases every two years instead of the more frequent releases which come out every six months.

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Also: Edubuntu Will Not Do A 16.04 LTS Release, Project May Be On Its Final Leg

Edubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) Will Not Be a Long-Term Support (LTS) Release

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