I realize this question is a bit of a duplicate, but stack exchange won't let me comment on other questions/answers until you have 50 reputation, which seems a bit silly because it means the only way I can ask for or add clarification to an existing question is to open a whole new one.
This post asks the same question:
But people keep saying "Wait for the point release." Yet if you read the question, the user did in fact specify the fact that the point release has been released. 14.04.1 has been out for 2 weeks today, and I still get this when I try to upgrade:
jeremy@server:~$ date Fri Aug 8 09:38:28 CDT 2014 jeremy@server:~$ sudo do-release-upgrade Checking for a new Ubuntu release No new release found
I don't want to use the -d or -p option to do-release-upgrade. I want to upgrade in the most correct/supported way possible. if I need to wait I'll wait. But I'm perplexed as to why it's been 2 weeks since the first LTS point release (14.04.1) has been released and my 12.04 systems still don't see it as an available upgrade path?
If the answer is wait, do we know why we're waiting or for how long?