Ubuntu Versions

Written by James McDonald

July 25, 2011

I’m playing with upgrading a Ubuntu 9.04 installation and ran into the “An upgrade from ‘jaunty’ to ‘lucid’ is not supported with this tool.” and I had no idea what version `lucid’ was.

To find the version of the currently running Linux box use lsb_release -a

lsb_release -a

Output of lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 9.04
Release: 9.04
Codename: jaunty

So here is a nice table listing the Ubuntu versions:
(note: I don’t know if this is exactly right esp. re the slug column)

VersionNameSlugLong Term Support Release
4.10Warty Warthogwarty
5.04Hoary Hedgehoghoary
5.10Breezy Badgerbreezy
6.06Dapper DrakedapperYes
6.10Edgy Eftedgy
7.04Feisty Fawnfeisty
7.10Gutsy Gibbongutsy
8.04Hardy HeronhardyYes
8.10Intrepid Ibexintrepid
9.04Jaunty Jackalopejaunty
9.10Karmic Koalakarmic
10.04Lucid LynxlucidYes
10.10Maverick Meerkatmaverick
11.04Natty Narwhalnatty
11.10Oneiric Ocelotoneiric


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