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Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) Daily Builds Are Now Available for Download

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Ubuntu developer Steve Langasek was the one to announce earlier this week that the upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) operating system is officially open for development, with Python 3.10 supported by default.

And now, early adopters and application developers interested in test driving the upcoming release can now download the daily builds for Jammy Jellyfish, which you can grab from Ubuntu’s main download servers.

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First Ubuntu 22.04 Daily Builds Go Live

  • First Ubuntu 22.04 Daily Builds Go Live

    And we’re off, kids — Ubuntu 22.04 daily builds are now available to download.

    Fresh from unveiling the Ubuntu 22.04 codename — “Jammy Jellyfish”, to save you a click — opening the archives, and sharing a tentative release date on Discourse, the first official development snapshots in the Ubuntu 22.04 LTS cycle are primed for action.

    Not that there’s much to see yet, of focus!

    At the time I write this the Ubuntu 21.10 release is less than two weeks old so devs haven’t had a lot of time to do anything. Plus, the first few weeks of any new Ubuntu development branch is all about getting imports synced, tooling updated, and the requisite foundations plumbed in for building on later.

    And we can expect quite a few new things this cycle, including GNOME 41 (or later) and more work on the new Ubuntu installer.

    If you’re technically minded (and like bugs) you can spin up a virtual machine or create a separate install to install Ubuntu 22.04 daily build and follow along with its development. Just install updates as they appear and you’ll be riding the 22.04 release cycle like a pro.

You can download Ubuntu Linux 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) daily

  • You can download Ubuntu Linux 22.04 LTS (Jammy Jellyfish) daily builds right now

    Ubuntu 22.04 won't be released in stable form until 2022. To be more precise, it will be officially available in April of that year. After all, that is what the 22.04 indicates -- a two digit year followed by a two digit month.

    Of course, before the official release, there will be a Beta and other pre-release versions. If you like living on the edge, however, you can actually download and install Ubuntu Linux 22.04 immediately. Yes, folks, daily builds (very early versions) of the upcoming operating system are available starting today.

    What do we know about Ubuntu Linux 22.04? At this point, not much. With that said, the code name is not a mystery -- it will be called "Jammy Jellyfish." More importantly, it will be an LTS version. This stands for "Long Term Support" and indicates it will be officially supported until at least 2027.

Ubuntu 22.04 – Release Schedule & Features

  • Ubuntu 22.04 – Release Schedule & Features

    Ubuntu 22.04 codename is Jammy Jellyfish. Which is the next LTS (Long Term Support) release of the Ubuntu versions. The development has been started for and the release date for Ubuntu 22.04 is set to April 21, 2022.

    Anyone can download the Ubuntu 22.04 daily build ISO image from its official download page.

Ubuntu 22.04 Features and Release Date

  • Ubuntu 22.04 Download

    Ubuntu 22.04 LTS Jammy Jellyfish is now available for download! This is a Long Term Support version, which is due to release on April 21, 2022.

    In this tutorial, we will provide you with the download links for Ubuntu 22.04. If you are already running an older version of Ubuntu, it’s possible to upgrade Ubuntu to 22.04. Otherwise, follow the links below to download Ubuntu 22.04.

  • Ubuntu 22.04 Features and Release Date

    In this article you will learn about some Ubuntu 22.04 features of the upcoming Ubuntu stable release. Canonical’s latest iteration to the Ubuntu operating system is Ubuntu 22.04 Jammy Jellyfish, scheduled for release on April 21, 2022. This is an LTS (long term support) release – the type of release that Canonical only publishes every two years, and continues to support for the next five.

    In this article, we’re going to go over some of the features we’re most excited about, and cover a lot of the differences between Jammy Jellyfish and Ubuntu’s previous LTS release, Focal Fossa. Read on as we take you through some of the upcoming changes.

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