The first Daily Live of Ubuntu 23.04 Lunar Lobster is now available

Ubuntu 23.04 Lunar Lobster

They didn't explain much about it, but the delay of the launch of the first Daily Live of Ubuntu 23.04 they have had to do with a problem “in the infrastructure”. When they would normally have been available at the end of October, they have arrived about three weeks late, but (some) are already here. Although at the time of writing this article not all flavors have uploaded the first "daily" image of the next version of the operating system.

The first images to be uploaded were of Ubuntu 23.04, but in its arm64 version (the desktop ones have yet to arrive). Later on Wednesday evening, Ubuntu Budgie and other flavors like Lubuntu had already uploaded the first amd64 image. It was precisely Lubuntu who published on social networks that they were having these infrastructure problems, which has caused a delay of almost a month on the scheduled date.

Ubuntu 23.04 will arrive in April 2023

It is worth remembering that what is available right now is basically a Kinetic Kudu on which they will begin to introduce the news that will finally see the light of day in April 2023, the month in which Ubuntu 23.04 and the rest of the official flavors will be released. Until then, daily images will be uploaded to the server from Canonical, and those who install the operating system will receive updates every day, even if they are to update a few packages.

Lunar Lobster will arrive in less than 5 months, and it will do so with many new features related to the different graphical environments. Ubuntu will do it with GNOME 44, Kubuntu with Plasma 5.27, and all other flavors with the latest desktop version available, as long as it was released before the final freeze, which will take place just before the beta release. The kernel used is expected to be Linux 6.2. How could it be otherwise, here at Ubunlog we will inform you of all the news that is coming out of here until the official launch.

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