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When the new 13.04 became available I had no internet. Still, it appeared on my Update Manager (not relevant, but HOW?). When I got internet back and opened the Update Manager the button to update to 13.04 was nowhere to be found.

How can I install the 13.04 now?

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marked as duplicate by Kevin Bowen, guntbert, Raja, Seth, stephenmyall Aug 23 '13 at 19:09

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Which version are you using now? – Lucio Aug 21 '13 at 23:28
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askubuntu.com/q/203301/62483 – Lucio Aug 21 '13 at 23:37

If the update manager doesn't work you can use a live usb/cd of Ubuntu 13.04.

You can simply make one using UNetBootin

After creating the live usb/cd boot it and start the installation process. You'll be prompted if you want to upgrade, install side by side or do a clean install. Click upgrade. instal promt

If you do not have your home folder on a separate partition you may want to back it up before doing this!

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