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Download Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ISO File – Desktop & Server

This article covers a review about Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). You can find the Ubuntu 18.04 release notes on its official website.


Ubuntu 18.04.4 (Bionic Beaver) was released on February 12, 2020, the long-term support (LTS) release of the Ubuntu, this was the 4rd point release of the 18.04 LTS and it was available for desktop / laptop computers and servers. Ubuntu 18.04.4 desktop didn't support 32-bit CPU architecture, and is only available to install 64-bit (x86-64) versions. Compared to previous releases, this Ubuntu version includes security updates and fixed bugs.


Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) Release

This article covers an overview about Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver). Also we covered in details the main features of this Ubuntu release.

The Ubuntu operating system's latest Long Term Support (LTS) release, Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver), was released on April 26, 2018. 


To upgrade an Ubuntu system of version 16.04 or later to Ubuntu 18.04:

1. Back Up Your System.

2. Update Currently Installed Packages

Begin by updating the package list:

$ sudo apt-get update

3. Next, upgrade installed packages to their latest available versions:

$ sudo apt-get upgrade

4. Now, use the dist-upgrade command with apt-get, which will perform any additional upgrades that involve changing dependencies, adding or removing new packages as necessary.

$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade


Install VMware Workstation Player on Ubuntu 20.04 - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers how to install VMware Workstation on your instance of Ubuntu 20.04. With a virtual machine application like VMware, you can run another operating system inside your current operating system.


To Install VMware in Ubuntu:

1. Install required build packages

Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and use the command below to install required build packages and Linux Kernel headers:

$ sudo apt install build-essential

2. Download VMware Workstation Player

Next step is to download the VMware Workstation Player from their website.

https://www.vmware.com/products/workstation-player.html

3. Install VMware Player

4. Use the command below to make the file executable:

$ chmod +x ~/Downloads/VMware-Player*

5. And then run the installation file:

$ sudo ~/Downloads/VMware-Player*

This will open an installation window.


To Uninstall VMware Player from Ubuntu:

If, for some reasons, you want to uninstall VMware Player, use the following command:

$ sudo /usr/bin/vmware-installer -u vmware-player

Press "Enter" and VMware Player will be removed from your system.