A Windows USB-based driver for Linux that can boot the Linux distribution is now available.
Ubuntu 8.04 and Ubuntu 8 are the latest versions of the popular open source Linux distribution and it’s widely used for Windows-based devices.
It was announced last week that the Ubuntu USB-Drives will be available in the first half of next year.
The drivers are built using open source code by Canonical, which is the company behind Ubuntu.
It’s been one of the biggest issues for Linux users when it comes to USB-attached storage.
Many users are complaining about slow, non-standard USB 3.1 data transfers and problems accessing the Windows version of Ubuntu.
The new USB-Driver for Ubuntu offers a USB 3 port, but also a USB 2.0 port, a USB-to-Firewire adapter, an SD card reader and a USB audio interface.
It also supports a new Linux version called Ubuntu Universal.
It is now only available for the Linux kernel, but the developers are working on a new driver that can work with other Linux kernels.
The drivers are written in the Lua programming language, which means they can run on Windows, MacOS X, Ubuntu Linux and other platforms.
Ubisoft is one of a number of companies working on the driver.
It was first announced at the Ubuntu Developer Summit last October.
Ubiquiti, which also works on the game Portal 2, has been working on their own driver for a while.
The driver supports a wide range of platforms and the Ubuntu Universal drivers will also work on Linux, Mac OS X and other Windows-like systems.