Ubuntu is a complete Linux distribution for desktops, laptops and servers with a fast and easy installation and regular releases. A selection of fully integrated applications include excellent, and an incredible variety of additional software is only a few clicks.
The Ubuntu team is pleased to announce Ubuntu 11.10 Beta 2 The code-named “Ocelot dream,” says proud tradition of Ubuntu 11.10 to incorporate the latest technology and greatest open source in a high quality, easy to use Linux distribution. The team worked hard through this cycle fix bugs and introduce some new features that we tweak for release.
Ubuntu changes since Beta 1: -
Some new features are now available:
A new set of images of the ARM architecture supported by the community will be available between now and departure. The AC100 + AC100 armel Toshiba netbook is now available for download, and Armel + mx5 Freescale i.MX53 aimed at early rapid development board is available in a day to come. GNOME obtained so far in this unstable version (1.3.92) on its way to GNOME 3.2
OneConf is now integrated in the Ubuntu Software Center to help
keep your installed applications in sync between multiple computers.
Improvement of infrastructure: -
Ubuntu 11.10 Beta 2 Improves support for installing 32-bit library;
Documents Application for 64-bit. Ubuntu 11.10 Beta 2 is based on the new kernel v3.0.4.
Ubuntu Server: -
Beta 2 includes the orchestra, which is a collection of the best free software services for provisioning, deployment, hosting, management and large corporate data center infrastructure services, which are with, and Ubuntu Server. Juju (formerly code-named Ensemble) is now available as part of the Ubuntu server to address the spread of services and orchestration of both the clouds and bare metal. The trick is to use charm, including the introduction OpenStack. Xen is a hypervisor reuse Ubuntu Server.
Kubuntu 11.10 Beta 2 has the latest KDE software including KDE 4.7.1 Plasma Workspaces and Applications. Along with KDE 4.7.1, the new KDE Personal Information Management (KDEPIM) suite 4.7 is included, which includes the new Kmail 2. The Muon Suite 1.2 which includes Muon Software Center and Muon Package manager is now available.
For More Info :- https://wiki.kubuntu.org/OneiricOcelot/Beta2/Kubuntu
Edubuntu’s Oneiric Ocelot Beta 2 has updates to gobby-0.5 and gbrainy
For more details
Mythbuntu Oneiric Ocelot Beta 2 has adapted Chromium to replace Firefox by default. It now ships with Ubuntu Software Center.
For More info:- http://www.ubuntu.com/testing/