Ubuntu Kylin, a new addition to the Ubuntu family that aims to provide a more suitable distribution for the Chinese users, is now at version 14.04 Alpha 2 (Trusty Tahr).
Ubuntu Kylin 14.04 Alpha 2 has joined the other releases, along with Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Ubuntu GNOME.
“We are glad to announce the Release of Ubuntu Kylin 14.04 Alpha 2. In this pre-Release, the Linux Kernel is updated to 3.13. This Alpha 2 fixed more than ten bugs, but there are still several bugs untouched. We further upgrade our features such as youker-assistant, Kingsoft kuaipan client for Ubuntu Kylin, and fcitx-qimpanel. Some new feature are still in process,” reads the official announcement.
Like all the other distributions in the 14.04 series, Ubuntu Kylin will benefit from five years of support.
Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.