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Kubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr)

Introduction

  • In April 2014 Kubuntu 14.04 LTS was released.
  • It is codenamed Trusty Tahr and is the successor to Saucy Salamander 13.10 (Saucy+1).
  • Trusty Tahr is an LTS (Long Term Support) release. It will be supported with security updates for both the desktop and server versions until April 2019.

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IntroductionIntroductionInstallation InstallationPackages and RepositoriesPackages and
Repositories
File ManagersFile Managers
Desktop Add-ons Desktop Add-ons Virtual Machines Virtual Machines Games and Entertainment Games and
Entertainment
Internet Internet
Privacy Privacy Restricted Extras Restricted Extras Photos and Graphics Photos and
Graphics
Screencapture Screencapture
Video Video Audio Audio Audio/Video Conversion Audio/Video
Conversion
Media Players Media Players
Home Security and Automation Home Security
and Automation
Office Office Financial Financial Maps and GPS Maps and GPS
Science and Technology Science and
Technology
Software Development and Online Storage Software Development
and Online Storage
Cloud Computing Cloud Computing Groupware and Web Publishing Groupware and
Web Publishing
Networking Networking Remote Access Remote Access Servers Servers Network Management and Security Network Management
and Security
User Admin User Admin System Admin System Admin Utilities Utilities System Backup and Rescue System Backup
and Rescue
Databases RAID, LVM,and NAS RAID, LVM,
and NAS
Hardware Hardware Tips and Troubleshooting Tips and
Troubleshooting
Reviews Reviews Requests Requests eBooks eBooks Steal this Guide Steal this Guide
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