Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a Linux-based distro that adheres completely to the Debian development standards and contains many free and open-source software applications. It was officially released in three versions: Server, Desktop, and Core for IoT systems and robots. All of them can run on a desktop or a VM.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a Linux-based distro initially designed only for personal computers and desktops, but it can also be used on desktops. It employs a GNOME user interface and a set of desktop applications for Linux. It has its own Linux kernel and relies on the architecture of Linux to interact with a system’s hardware. Ubuntu commands adhere to the rules and processes that several other Linux distros also employ. However, this OS has its own set of styles and a list of features.


Ubuntu uses a GNOME graphical user interface (GUI), which makes it identical to other well-known OS like Mac OS, Windows, and even Android OS. So in case you’re familiar with an OS based on a GUI, you can easily work through Ubuntu.

Ubuntu

NOTE: For the best experience, use a desktop web browser to download Virtual Machines and to view the Checksum Values.

Virtual Machines

Title (Download)
Version
Size
Checksum
Ubuntu Desktop VMWare
18.04 Bionic Beaver
2.29 GB
Checksum-Values
Ubuntu Desktop VMWare
20.04 Focal Fossa
3.42 GB
Checksum-Values
Ubuntu Desktop VMWare
21.04 Hirsute Hippo
3.06 GB
Checksum-Values

Virtualization Software