I was just about to install 19.04 when I found out that new release is coming just today. I was wondering if anyone of you know what time exactly is the release going to be downloadable. Thanks in advance!

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    There was a message yesterday which indicates that it may be slightly delayed. I don't think anybody is able to answer your question ATM. It may well show up later today as planned - or not. – Gunnar Hjalmarsson Oct 17 '19 at 14:13
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    Visit ubuntu.com/download/desktop once an hour! I would expect something here as well: lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-announce – DK Bose Oct 17 '19 at 14:23
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    The exact time would depend on how quickly mirrors across the world can be seeded. – DK Bose Oct 17 '19 at 14:49
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    its is out releases.ubuntu.com/19.10 – JanJanacek Oct 17 '19 at 15:21
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    Reviewers: I'm inclined to think this isn't "a problem that can't be reproduced." 19.10 not yet being released won't happen again. But knowledge of precisely when it came out will exist and remain of interest in connection with Ubuntu release engineering and history. I don't know if that's a strong enough reason to consider this on-topic. But closing a question as "no repro" that is about something of interest to much of the Ubuntu community doesn't seem right to me. The best approach may be to close this as a duplicate of a broader question about all versions' release times, if we have one. – Eliah Kagan Oct 17 '19 at 16:34

It's out--everyone can go get it now!

Specifically, as of 2019-10-17 at 14:39 (UTC), all the files for Ubuntu 19.10 became available at that location. Soon afterward, http://releases.ubuntu.com/ was updated so it no longer referred to 19.10 as a beta.

Although the download page at ubuntu.com has not yet been updated to show it, it has been released, and the main website will likely be updated soon.


For future Googler's:

If you already have Ubuntu, just run the following command to trigger the distribution upgrade:

update-manager -d

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