At the end of last week, Canonical, behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution, released a beta version of the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10. vThe most important change to Ubuntu 19.10 is to discontinue support for 32-bit x86 hardware.
While the installation media for the 32-bit x86 platform was not available on many previous versions, packages were still available and upgraded to the previous version or, for example, using a network installation.
With version 19.10, 32-bit x86 hardware is no longer supported. However, 64-bit versions will still be able to run 32-bit software, and Ubuntu will make available various 32-bit applications without an existing 64-bit version, as well as libraries for important third-party 32-bit applications. In the middle of the month, the creators announced a list of 199 source packages that will be available in 32-bit versions.
In addition to the desktop edition, the beta edition of the Server and Cloud editions and editions with other desktop environments such as Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, UbuntuKylin, Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Studio and Xubuntu have been made available.
The installation media can be downloaded from releases.ubuntu.com, release notes can be found at wiki.ubuntu.com. Eoan Ermine Stable Version 19.10 is expected to be released on October 17 and will be supported for 9 months. The next version 20.04 will be another version with a long five-year support after two years.
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