The Ubuntu team is proud to announce the release of Ubuntu 6.06 LTS server for
SUN Sparc 64bit architecture.
This release is an Ubuntu distribution for your servers, with a fast and easy
install, regular releases, and a tight selection of excellent packages installed
by default. Other packages and applications are available from a global network
of mirrors, and professional, commercial technical support from Canonical Ltd
and hundreds of other companies around the world.
Ubuntu 6.06 LTS will be the first Ubuntu release with a long-term support cycle:
free security updates and commercial technical support will be available for
To Get Ubuntu 6.06 LTS for Sparc you can download from :
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About Ubuntu 6.06 LTS
Highlights of this release include:
* New kernels targeted at server platforms. The server kernels are
tuned differently than the desktop kernels (providing better
performance for server applications).
* Turn-key LAMP installation for this common deployment scenario
* Improved support for clusters and SANs
"Under the hood"
* GCC 4.0.3
* glibc 2.3.6
* Linux kernel 188.8.131.52
* Niagara optimizations for gcc, glibc and kernel available by default
* Greatly improved infrastructure for automatic hardware detection and activation
* The system PATH is now set in exactly one place, /etc/environment, for
As always, Ubuntu includes the very best of the 100% Free / Libre application
software world, and each new release incorporates countless new features and
bugfixes from the global development community. More detailed release notes are at :
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A special thanks has to go to David S. Miller and for his unbeatable effort to
make this release a reality. These few words can't really express the gratitude
for his dedication.