Today, 18 April 2019, the release of an updated Ubuntu 19.04. Along with it updated and all its spins: Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu, Ubuntu Studio, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Kylin and Ubuntu Budgie.
Developers report that, after working hard the entire cycle, introducing new features and fixing bugs, ready to present to the public Ubuntu 19.04.
So, what’s new, we are prepared?
In the new Ubutnu kernel was updated to version 5.0.
The system comes with GNOME 3.32, promising better performance, improved animations, faster primary testing of the thumbnails (icons), less consumption of your computer, and the fractional scale (fractional scaling) for screens HiDPI now for Xorg, and Wayland.
Ubuntu Server 19.04 combines the latest innovations of open key infrastructure projects, such as OpenStack Stein, Kubernetes and Ceph with extended lifecycle management for multibranch operations.
Operating system there are many other innovations and changes described in the official release notes.
Please note! Ubuntu 19.04 “Disco Dingo” is not a release with long term support (LTS)! The team will support it for 9 months from the date of issue.
You can download Ubuntu 19.04 “Disco Dingo” or some of its direct derivatives of the distributions by clicking on the appropriate button below:
Ubuntu 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Kubuntu 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Xubuntu 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Lubuntu 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Ubuntu Budgie 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Ubuntu Kylin 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Ubuntu MATE 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
Ubuntu Studio 19.04 (iso 64 bit)
How to update already installed Ubuntu to version 19.04?
First we need to update to the last versions of all packages already installed system. Run in terminal:
sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade -y && sudo apt autoremove -y && sudo apt clean
This long team, composed of several thanks to the separators, will do everything for you.
Then you need to open the file /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and make sure that the variable “Prompt” is set to “normal”:
After all this was to run the command to update the distro:
Restart your system and start to use wonderful Ubuntu 19.04!
According to the materials: from open sources
Image: from open sources
Video: linux made simple
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