Second beta of Ubuntu Oneiric Ocelot
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11:10 Ubuntu Beta 2 is here and brings some changes, especially in the server space. These include Orchestra, Juju and the reintroduction of Xen.
The Beta 2 brings a new version of Unity and Compiz, which – according to the release notes contains a few changes -. This is the name of the “places” now “lenses”, probably meant here are the file names. In this course more advanced filters have been introduced that allow the user to filter based on ratings and categories.
OneConf holds the installed files in sync on multiple computers.
Taking into account information about the installed software in Ubuntu’s Cloud ubuntuone stored and retrieved as needed and transferred to other Ubuntu machine.
The other changes described include the new [Alt] + [Tab] window, a lens for Banshee music, over which one has direct access to music files from the private collection and a better performance and launcher panel. The Software Center has been further revised and single optical Debian packages can be installed more quickly.
Gnome 3.2 should soon replace the current, unstable Gnome 3.1.92. Kubuntu does not, however, only KDE 4.7, but also a new software center and a package manager in the Muon Suite 1.2 with. Amarok 2.4.3 is also on board.
In the server region, the Ubuntu developers indicate Orchestra. The software coordinates all the necessary tools to set up an Ubuntu-based servers for enterprise data centers and manage them. Even the most open-stack components are used in the beta, the rest will follow shortly. Juju is to look after the roll out of services such as Open Server in the cloud stack and on commodity hardware. The Xen hypervisor is back on board and on the identified errors are working.