I'm using Ubuntu 13.04 64 bit Beta 2. I do sudo apt-get update, sudo apt-get upgrade, and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade commands in the terminal daily to stay up to date. Do I have to do a update-manager -d command using the ALT + F2 key combination to get the release candidate version this Thursday at 10 AM? Or, do I keep doing my apt-get updates and upgrades and dist-upgrades on a daily basis to get the final shipping version on April 25th?
Is there any way to tell if the following PPAs are going to support Ubuntu 13.04:
1. Ubuntu Tweak
3. HandBrake [daily snapshots]
They all supported Ubuntu 12.10 and earlier versions in the past so I'm hoping that they'll support 13.04 and future versions for quite some time. I'm not sure if Ubuntu Tweak will continue to be available for newer interim or LTS releases due to the developer's feelings toward Canonical and the future direction of Ubuntu though. We shall see.
Do I have to wait until April 25th to add these PPAs and do a sudo apt-get update, sudo apt-get upgrade, and sudo dist-upgrade to get the latest packages for Ubuntu Tweak, HandBrake, Last.FM, and ZRAM? Is there any way to tell if they'll be available for the release candidate?