Today Canonical released Ubuntu Server 12.10, a.k.a. Quantal Quetzal. Some of the new features in Ubuntu 12.10 include a rebase to the 3.5.5 kernel, inclusion of the latest OpenStack release (“Folsom”) and support for UEFI Secure Boot. For details on all features, please refer to the Release Notes from Canonical.
For the official announcement, go here.
New features and fixes for Dell servers
Ubuntu Server 12.10 introduces several features and fixes for Dell PowerEdge servers:
The Dell Linux Engineering team has released a build of OpenManage 7.1 for Ubuntu. Please note that this build is not officially supported by Dell, however it was thoroughly tested with Ubuntu 12.04 without issues.
Where to get support
Ubuntu Server 12.10 is not factory-installed or officially supported by Dell. However, OS support contracts are available from your Dell sales representative or from Canonical through the Ubuntu Advantage program.
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