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I have been trying to upgrade to 13.04 since the last two days. As advised on many other questions, I have removed the PPA and checked the repositories. As soon as I run update-manager, it searches for all the updates and then says No new release found. Why does this happen with every upgrade!

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What server do you use for fetching the upgrade? Maybe the new release is not available on that server.

In my case, I first tried a local server in my country ( as I do for every security fix) but that didn't work. I was denied access to some packages. Upgrade broke off.

Then I used the main server and everything was ok (and fast).

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