What is the latest Ubuntu version?
The Latest LTS Version is Ubuntu 18.04 LTS “Bionic Beaver”
As Ubuntu 18.04 was released on April 26, 2018, Canonical will support it with updates until April 2023. Ubuntu 18.04 “Bionic Beaver” is the first long term support release to ditch Ubuntu’s Unity desktop and replace it with GNOME Shell.
How do I find my kernel version Ubuntu?
How to Check the Current Linux Kernel Version on Linux Operating System:
- Open Linux Terminal(on Ubuntu) using CTRL +ALT +T. Simply press F2 to get the terminal on Fedora.
- There are a number of commands available to check the Kernel Version. We will explain one by one.
How do I find where Ubuntu is installed?
In a terminal, run the command df and look at the output. The column headed “Mounted On” will have a “/” against the partition that holds your root filesystem. This is where your system is installed.
What does LTS mean?
Long Term Support
Is Ubuntu 19.04 a LTS?
Ubuntu 19.04 is available for download today. With Linux 5.0 and GNOME 3.32, Disco Dingo boasts performance improvements and visual tweaks. Whether or not you upgrade, Disco Dingo lays the groundwork for future long term support releases of Ubuntu. Disco Dingo isn’t a Long Term Support (LTS) release.
Which Ubuntu version is best?
So, which Ubuntu is best suited for me?
- Ubuntu or Ubuntu Default or Ubuntu GNOME. This is the default Ubuntu version since 2017.
- Kubuntu. Kubuntu is KDE version of Ubuntu.
- Xubuntu. Xubuntu uses Xfce desktop environment.
- Ubuntu Unity aka Ubuntu 16.04.
- Ubuntu MATE.
- Ubuntu Budgie.
- Ubuntu Kylin.
How do I update my kernel?
Option A: Use the System Update Process
- Step 1: Check Your Current Kernel Version. At a terminal window, type: uname –sr.
- Step 2: Update the Repositories. At a terminal, type: sudo apt-get update.
- Step 3: Run the upgrade. While still in the terminal, type: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade.
What Linux kernel am I running?
To check Linux Kernel version, try the following commands: uname -r : Find Linux kernel version. cat /proc/version : Show Linux kernel version with help of a special file. hostnamectl | grep Kernel : For systemd based Linux distro you can use hotnamectl to display hostname and running Linux kernel version.