Why is the Update manager of my Ubuntu 11.04 say "There are no updates to install"?
And no message "New Ubuntu release '11.10' is available" is displayed?
In software sources it is set to "Normal Releases".
What am I missing?
It's possible that Update Manager is checking for LTS releases only or no releases. In software properties (
Also try running
There are more upgrade strategies at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OneiricUpgrades
If nothing of this helps, try updating package information from console - what's the output of
Edit: The Maurizio's problem was caused by outdated mirrors. The mirror can be changed in Software Properties on the first tab, in Download from select Main server.
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First go in your file
If it finds new packages, mainly the kernel modules, and you install them, you will get the new ubuntu.
There is a choice in software sources if you want to be notified of normal releases or just LTS releases. Perhaps you've opted to only be notified of LTS releases?