The Ubuntu Server 16.04 LTS release has been released and the new release is named as Ubuntu 16.10.
While the previous version, Ubuntu 16, was launched in December, this is the first release since then to include the new version.
The announcement says that the Ubuntu 16 release is based on Ubuntu 16 (the previous version of the Linux kernel) and it is a new release with a new security model, called Xenial Xerus, and a new theme called “Unity”.
The release notes also state that the new Ubuntu will be released in March 2019.
While most of the new features in this release will be available as part of the Ubuntu Core 14.04 kernel, there are some additional features that are new.
Ubuntu 16 will support the new “Hypervisor” and “Hyper-V” virtualization modes.
Xenial-Xenial will also be available for Ubuntu 16 and will be included in the next Ubuntu release, Ubuntu 17.
“HyperV” is a virtualization mode that uses virtualization hardware and software to perform virtualization operations on the host.
The Xenial Xenon Virtual Machine (Xenv) is a high-performance virtualization engine for hypervisor-based virtualization and has been used by many of the top virtualization vendors.
Xenon is a Xen hypervisor virtualization standard and provides advanced virtualization support, such as multi-tier, high-availability, and multi-threaded virtualization.
Hyper-V is a hypervisor hypervisor that uses a hyper-visor as the virtual operating system.
It offers high-level virtualization capabilities for the hypervisor.
Xenv supports multiple virtualization configurations, including Hyper-X, Hyper-VM, Hyper Hyper-VT, and Hyper-T.
Xenium, an alternative hypervisor for virtualization applications, is not included in this Ubuntu 16 build.
The new Ubuntu 16 also includes the new Unity desktop environment, which was first released in the Ubuntu 15.10 release.
Unity is a free software that is designed to bring developers together with their users and to provide a unified user interface for their projects.
Ubuntu uses Unity in its software and in its desktop environments.
There is no Ubuntu Core release with Unity yet, but there are plans to release Ubuntu 15 in the near future.
The Unity release also includes an updated package manager called “Qt 5”, which was announced last week.
The Qt 5 package manager allows developers to create new, open-source Qt applications from scratch, and can help make Unity-based applications more accessible to the wider Ubuntu community.
Ubuntu Core will be the default Ubuntu release for the next few months, and Unity and Qt 5 are part of that.
The Ubuntu Core 15.04 (codename “Aurora”) release was released in April 2019.
Ubuntu 15 (codenamed “Mandrake”) is still available for download and is expected to be the last Ubuntu Core-based release.
Ubuntu 14 (codex “Zorro”) is expected in 2019, and Ubuntu 14.10 (codetree “Omni”) is planned for 2019.
The latest Ubuntu Core is expected for late 2019.
For more information about Ubuntu, visit: www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu.