TheeMahn proudly announced this past weekend that the Ultimate Edition 3.4 LTS operating system is now available for download on mirrors worldwide.
Ultimate Edition 3.4 is now based on Canonical's Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) operating system, which makes it a Long Term Support release.
Packed with a new GTK3 theme, a comprehensive set of apps, all the updates from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, new initrd, rebuilt vmlinuz, and a rock solid GNOME 3 desktop environment.
"I have really placed thought and diligence into what this product is. This is no Ultimate Edition 3.2, while I had initial good feed back on. I developed Ultimate Edition 3.2 to showcase new and upcoming technologies, not as a stable platform."
"Ultimate Edition 3.4 takes things to a whole new level. It was developed with stability in mind, sorry KDE users, we will catch you in Ultmate Edition 3.5. This O/S will be my primary O/S for some time to come. That statement alone says alot for my feeling on this operating system," the official release announcement stated.
Ultimate Edition 3.4 is distributed as Live DVD ISO images for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, containing Unity, Cinnamon, XBMC, GNOME Classic, GNOME 3 with GNOME Shell, and the GNOME Fallback sessions.
About Ultimate Edition
Created by TheeMahn, Ultimate Edition is a Linux distribution based on Canonical's Ubuntu operating system. It comes bundled with a lot more apps and tools than Ubuntu and Linux Mint, and it also has a very unique and somewhat over-the-top visual style.
Ultimate Edition was previously known as Ubuntu Ultimate, but started life as Ubuntu Christmas Edition. There is also a specialized version, the Ultimate Edition Gamers, which includes all the applications from the Ultimate Edition and many Linux games.
it would be great if I could download this file to find out how good it is. I can only get 1.5 gig then it tells me file complete. I'm downloading at 400-500 kbs. do I need to find some other way to download it.
Comment #1.1 by: hotdiggettydog on 03 Jul 2012, 12:03 GMT
linuxtracker has the torrent file.
Comment #2 by: oldrocker99 on 31 Jul 2012, 16:07 UTC