[讨论]8.04 怎么还没放?

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[讨论]8.04 怎么还没放?

#1

帖子 majingshan » 2008-04-24 8:51

本来以为早上一起床就能看到的,结果还没放......
canonical 不会是用的美国时间吧,那样的话只能下午了.
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#2

帖子 饺子猫 » 2008-04-24 8:59

呵,我也在等着。
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#3

帖子 qingshou » 2008-04-24 9:07

正在等,打算出来了就下下来,然后刻盘
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#4

帖子 zxboom » 2008-04-24 9:53

我也在等啊,好急 啊
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#5

帖子 robulu » 2008-04-24 9:58

正在等 希望早点release
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#6

帖子 sammysun » 2008-04-24 9:58

快了~~~~~10点了~~
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#7

帖子 小淘 » 2008-04-24 10:26

等待中!!!!!!!!
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#8

帖子 Marvinux » 2008-04-24 10:33

马上刻盘,派发!期待ing.......
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#9

帖子 kissdb » 2008-04-24 10:41

等待中...........
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#10

帖子 tg8866 » 2008-04-24 11:24

算欧洲时间。。准时的话应该是8点啊。
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帖子 Netproton » 2008-04-24 11:57

都12点了~! :roll:
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#12

帖子 感情拓荒者 » 2008-04-24 12:03

好着急啊!~~~
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#13

帖子 rgaobj » 2008-04-24 12:30

应该要等到下午了
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#14

帖子 colorcol » 2008-04-24 14:06

国外ubuntu论坛上的消息是,以往的发布都是在宣布那天的晚些时候才放出的,并没有一个确定的时间,因为要镜像好服务器分流防止崩溃什么的……而且,刚开始下的时候貌似比较慢,上百K就是很好的速度了,所以,我怀疑今天晚上我能把盘刻出来不,然后,安装完了再升级岂不是要挤垮了服务器…………
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#15

帖子 colorcol » 2008-04-24 14:10

I already have a working Hardy test installation. Do I need to install from scratch, or can I upgrade when the final release is out? Is there any difference between a clean install and an upgrade?

You do not need to download the disk images in order to have the final release. The update manager will alert you of the existence of a new version when the release is out, and once you've performed a distribution upgrade, you'll have an identical set of packages to those on the CD.

However, it can be a good idea to do a clean install if you're affected by certain corner cases where you may not be able to access specific features or fixes without doing a clean install, or if you've extensively modified or partially broken your installation, and/or have installed software not provided by the official Ubuntu repositories without keeping track of the changes made to your system.

You can also use rsync to update your already downloaded disk image instead of re-downloading the entire image.


When exactly will the release be out? What time?

The steps taken in preparing a release are complex, and depend on the work of multiple people and teams, and the state of network connections; it's not possible to state a specific time of day for the release beforehand.


Is there a chance that the release will be delayed?

Even though no delay has been announced up to this point, it's entirely possible that some last minute issues can crop up and delay the release. In the case that a significant delay occurs that necessitates pushing the release date ahead, that will be announced in the ubuntu-devel-announce mailing list. If you aren't subscribed to the list, you can view the latest posts in the list archive page for the current month with your web browser.


When should I download the release?

If you have to actually download the release disk images, please do so after the release announcement, which will be sent to the ubuntu-announce mailing list. If you aren't subscribed to the list, you can watch for the announcement in the list archive page for the current month with your web browser. You may also want to join the #ubuntu+1 chat channel at the irc.freenode.net server with your IRC client, where the you'll get notified of the release on the minute.


I saw a link posted on a blog post / forum thread to a page under the cdimage.ubuntu.com domain where the release ISO seems to be available, and/or a wiki page with links, and/or a page on the Ubuntu website that announces the release. Does that mean that 8.04 has been released?

Not necessarily. The disk images may be visible on the website a certain time before release; that doesn't mean they're up to date and safe to download. Certain pages on the Ubuntu website can be put online a while before release for testing, passing on to the news media or other purposes; that doesn't necessarily mean the release is out.

The "green light" you should be waiting for is the release announcement (see the above question).


What happens if I download before the release is actually announced?

You'll most likely end up with a broken disk image, and since you'll be taking up bandwidth that should be used for synchronizing the disk images across the mirrors worldwide, you'll be delaying the release.


How can I help test the final disk images?

Read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/ISO/Procedures , pick a test case, perform the test and report the results at the testing tracker. It's a good idea to join the #ubuntu-testing channel at irc.freenode.net where you can get coordinated with other testers.

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