I upgraded to 12.04 (64 bit) today, so far so good, everything worked great, until I tried doing some more advanced stuff.
When I tried adding the toolchain-test ppa, I got a mismatch on distribution. After a try or 4 this changed and linked me to this bug report. So far so good, a weird error but I'm not the only one and it will get fixed right?
But I found it a very weird error, and I also noticed some other (custom) apps behaving weird concerning my distribution version. So I tried to find out what release I'm running, these are the results I got:
>:~$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu quantal (development branch) Release: 12.10 Codename: quantal >:~$ cat /etc/issue Ubuntu quantal (development branch) \n \l
Now I'm wondering: did I do something wrong on installation? Did I accidentally download some weird nightly, set up wrong repositories, ...? Or is this simply a bug in some small part of the system that does the reporting wrong and maybe will confuse an app or two?
Now, whatever the reason: is there a simple way I can set this release information to the correct version again?