Canonical will launch tomorrow, October 18th, its latest Debian-based operating system, dubbed Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal).
Ubuntu 12.10 will be an important test for Canonical, mostly because of the controversy regarding its Shopping and Amazon lenses.
“The Unseeded Universe Final Freeze is now in effect. This effectively finishes up the changes going into the Quantal Ubuntu archive for the 12.10 release,” stated
Kate Stewart, Ubuntu release manager at Canonical.
“The archive is looking in very good shape indeed due to your efforts and all those excellent fixes submitted since Beta 2. On behalf of the Ubuntu Release team, Thank you!!” she continued.
Canonical will also launch its other satellite distributions tomorrow, all of them with the 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal) name: Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Edubuntu, Ubuntu Server, Lubuntu, and Ubuntu Studio.
Softpedia will be covering the launch and we will provide you with the official download links, once they become available. Stay tuned!