A new OS X software installer has been released, and it’s now open to download.
The new software installer is called “Ubuntu Core”, and it is available for free download from the Mac App Store, and is intended for use with Macs running OS X 10.11.x.
UbuntuCore is not the first OS X OS installer available, but it is the first to offer Ubuntu as an alternative to the current OS X desktop.
While UbuntuCore’s software installer does not offer many graphical upgrades over Ubuntu, it offers the ability to install Ubuntu without having to use a graphical interface.
Ubid’s software manager also provides a way to upgrade the installation process without having the software manager install the update manually.
Ubisoft said in a blog post that it will begin distributing UbuntuCore to other Linux distributions soon.
UbriduosCore is an update to Ubuntu Core that includes a new user interface and a more flexible configuration options.
Ubicode has also announced a Linux distribution to be distributed to developers and developers of third-party apps for Mac and PC, as well as to universities, companies, and other organizations.
Ubricode is also working with the Ubuntu Foundation to provide more Linux distributions.
Ubico is also expanding the Ubuntu Core package, adding the ability for users to install other Linux distros.
Ubio has released a beta of UbuntuCore, which is available now on Mac and Linux computers.
Ubihi is also releasing a new beta of the UbuntuCore software installer, which includes a few features, such as support for Windows 8, the ability of using a virtual desktop, and a new installer that enables the user to add a third-partition partition to a Mac or Windows system without having it install on a Mac.
Ubrios Core also includes a set of improvements to the Ubuntu distribution.
Ubariya’s latest release, UbuntuCore 14.04, is available to download from its website.