Ubuntu is a non commercial GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian and launched in 2004.
As Ubuntu is based on Debian, it uses the same architecture and packet manager.
We recommend you to use a LTS version (Supported during a long time: 5 years for servers, 3 years for desktop versions).
Security updates are not guaranteed for the versions that are no longer maintained.
If your server uses a non maintained version, it is vulnerable to certain attacks.
ServerClub.net offers you 4 different remote desktop versions.
These are pre-configured with X2Go, which allows you to view the screen of your server from a remote computer.
Ubuntu – distribution based on GNOME (or Unity for recent versions)
Kubuntu – distribution based on KDE
Xubuntu – distribution based on XFCE
|17.04||Artful Aardvak||July 2018|
|16.04 (LTS)||Xenial Xerus||April 2021|
|15.10||Wily Werewolf||July 2016|
|15.04||Vivid Vervet||January 2016|
|14.04 (LTS)||Trusty Tahr||April 2019|
|12.04||Precise Pangolin||April 2017|