Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla is officially released! Here’s how to upgrade from Ubuntu 20.04 LTS:
Ubuntu 20.10 will be supported for 9 months until July 2021. It features a Linux kernel 5.8, a Raspberry Pi 4 desktop image, and GNOME 3.38 on the Ubuntu desktop.
Other changes are as follows:
- Communication time queue limit for better WiFi connection quality
- Added support for USB 4 (Thunderbolt 3 protocol)
- Support for Intel Gen11 (Ice Lake) and Gen12 (Tiger Lake) graphics
- Initial support for AMD Family 19h (Zen 3)
- Initial support for POWER10
- Toolchain updates: GCC 10, LLVM 11, Python 3.8.6, etc.
- nftables is now the default backend for firewalls.
- The latest OpenStack, updated apps, etc.
Upgrade Ubuntu 20.04 to Ubuntu 20.10.
You can download the Ubuntu 20.10 ISO image from the following URL: releases.ubuntu.com/20.10..
If you’re upgrading from Ubuntu 20.04 to Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy Gorilla, follow these steps one at a time.
1. Back up all your important data. You can also create a system restore point via TimeShift, which is available in Ubuntu software.
2. Open Software and Updates and do the following:
- Select Download from Main Server on the first tab.
- Disable all third-party PPA on the second tab.
- On the third tab[新しいUbuntuバージョンを通知する：任意のバージョンの場合]Choose.
3. Open Software Updater and install all system updates. Reboot after installation if requested.
4. Reopen Software Updater to show that Ubuntu 20.10 is upgradeable.
Five.[アップグレード…]Click the button. Enter your password when prompted. The release notes for the release you are upgrading are displayed.
[アップグレード]Click the button.Upgrade tools downloaded and you can monitor your progress[ディストリビューションアップグレード]A window will appear. If all goes well, you will be prompted to reboot the system to complete the upgrade.