Canonical today released the ISO of the Ubuntu 19.04 operating system (Disco Dingo) before officially announcing the operating system. The official announcement will take place sometime today.
After six months of development, the operating system Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) is finally here and you can download it in Desktop and Server versions, as well as in all official flavors, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu Kylin and Ubuntu Studio.
The new version of Ubuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) runs the latest version of the Linux Kernel 5.0 and features some of the latest GNU / Linux software versions, such as the latest desktop environments GNOME 3.32, MATE 1.22 and KDE Plasma 5.15. the new LibreOffice 6.2 suite and the Mozilla Firefox 66 browser.
Ubuntu 19.04 is a short-lived branch of the Ubuntu Linux operating system, and will be supported by Canonical with software and security updates for nine months through January 2020.
Supports many different 64 bit (amd64) hardware architectures in all flavors except Ubuntu Server, which also supports ARM64 (AArch64), IBM System z (s390x), PPC64el (Power PC 64-bit Little Endian), and Raspberry Pi 2 / ARMhf.
So those who are interested can directly download the ISOs for Disco Dingo distributions:
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