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Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) Daily Builds Are Now Available to Download

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Matthias Klose was, once again, the one to announce a couple of days ago that the Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri) is officially open for development, revealing the fact that the goal for the next major Ubuntu release is to ship GCC 11 as default system compiler, introducing C++17 by default, a change that’s planned for July.

And now that the development cycle is official open and the toolchain was uploaded, the time has come for the Ubuntu developers to publish the first daily build ISO images for Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish Indri), which you can download right now from the main download servers.

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Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” Now Open For Development

  • Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” Now Open For Development

    Development on Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri’ has now officially begun and the daily builds are now available for the download. Ubuntu 21.10 is due to be released on October 14, 2021.

    Part of an announcement from the Matthias Klose:

    We’re pleased to announce that impish is now *open for development*. auto-sync has been enabled and will run soon. As usual, we expect a
    large influx of builds and autopkgtests in this initial period, which will cause delays.

Ubuntu 21.10 Daily Builds Now Available to Download

  • Ubuntu 21.10 Daily Builds Now Available to Download

    First came the codename, then development opened, now Ubuntu 21.10 daily builds are available to download.

    The installer images linked below arrive a little bit earlier than I was expecting (and a bit earlier than normal, based on previous releases). But progress comes as it does, and Ubuntu’s developers seem super keen to get started on this cycle.

    Now, you’re reading this article on May 2021 — if you’re reading from the future than I have hopefully popped back and replaced this section. For now however, there’s not much to see in the daily builds. The first few weeks are spent getting imports synced, tooling updated, and any requisite foundations properly plumbed in.

    All of the good stuff will follow.

You can download Ubuntu Linux 21.10 'Impish Indri' daily builds

  • You can download Ubuntu Linux 21.10 'Impish Indri' daily builds right now!

    Ubuntu 21.10 won't get a stable release until October of 2021. In fact, we know the exact date the Linux-based operating system should be made available -- October 14. In addition to that date, we also know what the distribution's codename will be -- Impish Indri.

    Unfortunately, we only just entered the month of May, meaning Ubuntu 21.10 won't be available to download -- in stable form, at least -- for about five more months. According to the release schedule, the beta release of Impish Indri won't even be released until September at the earliest. Sigh. What is an Ubuntu enthusiast supposed to do?

Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” Development Begins, Daily Builds...

  • Ubuntu 21.10 “Impish Indri” Development Begins, Daily Builds Available Now

    I was slightly disappointed at the lack of enough new features in the recent release of Ubuntu 21.04. However, Canonical is set to change that with the upcoming release of Ubuntu 21.10 ‘Impish Indri‘.

    It is slated to have a variety of new features, including the recently released Gnome 40/41, GCC 11, and more usage of the Flutter toolkit.

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