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    firesky
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    Not a super big deal, but I just thought y’all should know that the course seems quite dated considering you can’t follow the directions shown to get Ubuntu (they changed the site and no longer offer U14.01).

    I’ll probably just use 16 LTS, but it might not work the way the teacher explains. VMware Workstation is also different.

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    Gamer115x
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    As advisement…

    Ubuntu (Canonical) still allows you to Download 14.04.1 from their old-releases repository, but it has since been superseded by 14.04.5, containing various system updates (primarily security). 14.04.5 is statistically and visually the same as the 14.04.1, but you have to download it under the Alternative Downloads section.

    Alternatively, as far as functionality goes, 16.04 is visually the same as 14.04 and with all of the security, software (that which comes with it), and system updates since 14.x’s release; it even installs just the same. It’s not as cutting edge as 17.10, but it’s still newer.

    Hope this helps all who are confused!

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