Yesterday Jeremy Bicha made the first alpha Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10 images available via torrent:
The MD5SUM's are here:
I thought it'd be helpful to have a thread specifically dedicated to testing these images, have funThe Quantal Quetzal Alpha Release of Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10 is a developer snapshot to give you a very early glance at the next version of Ubuntu GNOME Remix.
Update: Jeremy posted some notes here:
Among those is a link to the new mailing list:
I suspect that newer versions of the GNOME Remix images will be announced there
Something worth taking note of at the mailing list:
New InfoIt's a bit tricky to install the Ubuntu Gnome Remix 20120902, but not
Here is how I did:
- Boot the live CD / USB into a live session
- Launch a Terminal and use the following commands:
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get upgrade ubiquity
Now you can proceed with your installation routine.
If you, like me, use the manual partitioner, please be sure you install the
boot loader on your hard drive (sda) , ubiquity likes to install it to your
USB-drive, a known bug:
Kansasnoob, asked me to edit this post, but I'll just add his new info here:
Jeremy Bicha recently announced ongoing development of Ubuntu GNOME Remix 12.10 which will hopefully become an official Ubuntu flavor at some point in time.
The project is currently at Alpha 2 for the Quantal cycle:
And there is a mailing list that I strongly suggest subscribing to if you're interested in the project:
And maybe since the release notes don't include md5sum's we should include a link to this post: