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I'd love to test the latest Ubuntu alpha/beta (otherwise known as "Ubuntu+1"), but I can't find it.

Where can I find download for the pre-releases of Ubuntu?

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Daily snapshots are always available here:

This information will be useful to you:

Though it is an alpha/beta now don't run it on a machine you need to be working all the time.

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Thanks, Oli! that's exactly what I was looking for! – Chicken Nov 10 '10 at 16:25

It is not released yet, check the Ubuntu testing page for more info.

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The latest version is always available for download here.

Please note that this is unstable, so things will break. So, for more information, take a look at this question - There's an issue with an Alpha Release of Ubuntu, what should I do?

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None of the features proposed for natty are implemented as of yet. you wouldnt get much fun testing it. i would advice you to wait till beta 1.

Compiz 0.9.2 has been added to daily image. I am off to test. Sadly virtualbox seems to give problems. might work on testdrive

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