Ubuntu 18.04 VMware image with Tools Ubuntu has just released their latest flagship distro with a long-term support of 5 years. They name it the Bionic Beaver and we’ve got positioned the beaver right into a VMware image. This bionic VM comes with Gnome, the new flagship of all Ubuntu computer systems. VMware Tools are also incorporated and the entirety works tons higher than the older principal Ubuntu distro with Unity. See below unix-tech.
|Appliance||Ubuntu 18.04 LTS|
|VM image size||1.44 GB|
|VM RAM||2048 MB|
|Ubuntu 18.04 VMware image with Tools|
The new Ubuntu fundamental distro makes use of Gnome as opposed to Unity, that’s in itself a major step forward. Gnome is geared towards a painless computing enjoy, wherein the whole thing must simply work. On the opposite hand, the Gnome desktop isn’t a great deal configurable. Gnome tries to do the whole thing out of the container perfectly. If that isn’t always the right issue for you, have a have a look at our different VMware pix with Lubuntu or Xubuntu.
The virtualized Bionic Beaver with Gnome needs quite some resources. It is a relative big download and the image itself is also not the fastest. If you run an older machine, our Lubuntu 18.04 LTS VMware image may be the better choice. It also resembles the good old Windows XP/7 experience better than the new Gnome desktop. So, if you like a Start button with a hierarchical menu for the apps and a task bar showing running programs, Lubuntu and Xubuntu are better suited to you. In all cases our new Ubuntu 18.04 VMware images come with long-term support and have access to the same 60.000 packages.
Applications: Firefox, Synaptic, compiler chain, and some more tools.
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