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Ubuntu 10.10 To Be Released on 28th of October

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Published on 04 March 2010 05:51 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Ubuntu
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Ubuntu 10.04 LTS will not even be released until next month towards the end of April, but Ubuntu 10.10 (with a codename yet to be announced) already has its release schedule available. Ubuntu 10.10 is scheduled to be released to the world officially on the 28th of October. Prior to this year's release of Ubuntu 10.10 that is six months after the release of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (the "Lucid Lynx") will be four alpha releases, a beta, and then a release candidate.

The details for the Ubuntu 10.10 release schedule can be found on the Ubuntu Wiki.

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