HP printers driver release on Kubuntu 15.04 and Kubuntu 16.04.1 is out today.
The driver release has been released to coincide with the Ubuntu 15, 10 and 8.10 releases, and comes with a number of improvements and bug fixes.
As of now, there are two driver releases: Ubuntu 15 in the 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 16 in the 16.10 LTS.
There are also two Ubuntu 16.11 LTS releases which are now available: Ubuntu 16 LTS (15.04) and Ubuntu 17.04 (16.10).
The Ubuntu driver release contains support for Ubuntu GNOME 2.24, a new feature introduced with the 15.4 release.
Ubuntu GNOME will support GNOME 3.0 as well as GNOME 3, 3.1 and 3.2 in the future.
Ubuntu 15 LTS drivers include the following:Ubuntu GNOME 2: Ubuntu GNOME version 2.12.3 is the latest GNOME 2 fork from the upstream GNOME 2 project.
It was initially intended to be the successor to GNOME 3 as GNOME 2 had reached its end-of-life.
Ubuntu 3.x, the next major version of GNOME 2, was planned for a fall release, but was delayed to March 2019.
Ubisktop 2.25: The Ubuntu 2.26 and Ubuntu 2, 3 and 4.x series of desktop environments.
Ubimedia XBMC: The multimedia server and software manager for Linux distributions, including Ubuntu.
Ubicom: Ubicom is a subsidiary of Fujitsu, which provides the hardware and software of the Ubicoms in the Fujitsu X-Series and X-C series cameras.
Ubixsystems: Ubixsystem has a suite of applications for running and managing a number or small Linux systems.
Ubiquity: Ubiquity is an open source Linux distribution for managing servers and networked devices.
Ubisoft: The French company behind the hit Assassin’s Creed franchise has released an updated version of the popular PC-based browser called WebKit.
The updated version includes new features such as cross-browser play, tabbed browsing and new graphics and audio capabilities.
Ubquoia: Ubquoias most popular open source operating system, now supported by Linux Mint 15.1.
Ububtubes: Ububtubs is an award-winning Linux distribution, which is available on many platforms and is used by thousands of businesses worldwide.
Ubu: The operating system company of Fujifilm, a leading producer of digital imaging products.
Ubud: The official name of the operating system used by the Chinese manufacturer of camera equipment.
Ubunto: The Japanese manufacturer of optical lenses.
Ubulink: Ubulink has developed an open-source version of its imaging software for the Fujiflm X-series cameras.
Ubulinks latest camera firmware supports the Fujis camera hardware.
Uburth: A Japanese telecommunications company that supplies internet connectivity and voice over IP (VoIP) services.
Uburi: The Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer.
Ubus: The Taiwanese company that designs and manufactures mobile phone handsets.
Ubuzone: Ubuzone is the largest global provider of telecommunications equipment.
Ubuzones mobile phone business sells handsets and mobile phone service to over 50 countries worldwide.
Ubus software is freely available for anyone to use, and the company offers a number-of features to help users to tailor their experience to their needs.
Ubware: The open source, cross-platform software for personal computing systems.
It’s important to note that although Ubuntu’s driver release is the most recent release of Ubuntu on the Ubuntu platform, it’s not the first Ubuntu release for the Linux operating system.
Ubuntu’s operating system has been available on other Linux distros for several years, including Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu, Mint and Kublin.
Ubotron: The Free Software operating system is the open source software that powers many of the open-sourced Linux distro platforms.
Uboweb: The OpenWeb application platform, which enables users to manage their online websites.
Uboteo: A software tool for developing open source web apps.
Ubrobot: A robotics platform for developing robots.
Ubra: The popular open-world browser for Linux.
Ubryd: A WebKit-based mobile browser developed by the open platform OpenX, which can run on Android, iOS, ChromeOS and Firefox OS.
Ubriq: The web application platform for Ubuntu, a collaborative project developed by Canonical, Canonical’s parent company.
Ubrizor: The Linux distribution vendor behind Firefox OS, the Firefox OS operating system and the Ubuntu Linux distribution.
Ubros: A new Firefox OS desktop operating system which uses the Firefox browser.
Ubusta: The developer of Linux kernel for embedded systems, a software development kit that can be used to create software and hardware applications for embedded devices.
It also seems like the Ubuntu driver releases are the first time the Ubuntu distribution