These are the news that Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine has introduced

Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine, news

Yesterday they launched new versions of Ubuntu and all its official flavors. This is the October 2019 version, so the numbering is 19.10, and the codename they chose six months ago was Eoan Ermine. Each flavor has included its own novelties, such as the possibility of installing a Wayland session in Kubuntu 19.10, and in this article we are going to talk about the Ubuntu 19.10 highlights Eoan Ermine.

Being a family, many of the novelties of the main flavor of Canonical systems are shared, such as the kernel it uses, how long it will be supported or the LZ4 compression. On the other hand, it also includes some exclusives, partly because it is the only version that uses GNOME 3.34. Below you have the list of new features of a system that has focused on preparing the way for Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa.

What's new in Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine

  • Linux 5.3.
  • Support until July 2020.
  • Initial support for ZFS as root.
  • GNOME 3.34, an environment that provides greater speed and fluidity.
  • Updated applications and packages.
  • LZ4 compression, which will make it start faster.
  • Nightlight improvements accessible from a new tab.
  • Ability to create folders in the application launcher.
  • Responsive settings window.
  • New Yaru themes, highlights the dark.
  • There is no longer a 32-bit version in any official flavor.
  • NVIDIA drivers included in the ISO image.
  • Improved support for the Raspberry Pi 4.
  • Improved keyboard key navigation.
  • Touch navigation improvements.
  • GS Connect is not included.

Ubuntu 19.10 has a lot of "under de hood" work, that is, internal. Changing the graphical environment is not easy and in Ubuntu 18.10 they went back to adopting GNOME. The end of the way back will come next to Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa, the next LTS version of the operating system developed by Canonical. Until then, we can download Ubuntu 19.10 from this link.


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  1.   Eliana said

    Hello, good morning, I need your great help, I have an old laptop but it is the one I have for my things and studies, it is a DELL 1420 inspiron, and the windows already brings me problems due to the updates that I can no longer have.
    Once I tried ubuntu and I don't know what I did but I deleted part of my hard drive that was 350 gb and now I only have 280, I don't know how to recover that part of my disk. Since then I went back to windows and put 7, but the truth would like to have an operating system according to my country Venezuela, without having problems with prohibitions and being able to use my laptop. How could I download the operating system according to your recommendation.
    I thank you in advance for your help, God bless you and keep increasing your page with new visits.

    1.    Gregory ros said

      The first thing is that in these old equipment the best is a light distribution. If you want to put Ubuntu I would recommend that you try it with Ubuntu Mate or with Lubuntu. Second, the disk space, the best thing is that from Windows you reduce the partition of it to leave free space for Linux (If you only want Linux when you install it, you just have to tell it to use it all), in this case the one you want , but give it at least a third if you are really going to use it, in my case I have half. Finally, the installation is super simple, you have a lot of tutorials on the web about it, so I will not repeat anything.
      Good luck and greetings.