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Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 1 testing is now on!

Dear fellow testers:

The testing period for Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 1 has started!

Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 1 is a release milestone to release Ubuntu Studio 13.04. This is a beta release, so only testers and enthusiatic users should use this release.

The Ubuntu Studio team has implemented lots of new features, including new apps (supercollider, faust, lmms, kdenlive, recordmydesktop, Krita, and create-resources), new wallpapers from the community, new ubiquity, new menu items, and much more!

Please test the images which can be downloaded from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/dvd/current/ . We especially want testers with amd64 machines to test the amd64 ISOs since there was normally a problem of not having enough testers. Just follow the testcases for Ubuntu Studio in http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/261/builds.

After you have tested it report the result on the same page of the testcases. If the ISO installs and boots and runs OK after installation, submit a pass result. If it fails, please submit a failed result and also leave the comment with the reported bug(s) and comment. It would also be nice to give us the link of your hardware profile.

If you have any questions please contact Scott Lavender (scott-work), Kaj Ailomaa (zequence)or Howard Chan (smartboyhw) in #ubuntustudio-devel on irc.freenode.net.

Wish you a happy time testing!


the Ubuntu Studio Team

4 Responses to “Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 1 testing is now on!”

  1. Jacob Petriella Says:

    the download link is incorrect actually located here:


  2. Kaj Ailomaa Says:

    Thanks. It’s fixed, though the beta 1 is now tested and available here http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntustudio/releases/13.04/beta-1/

  3. James Stewart Miller Says:

    Hi, will I be able to install the ubuntu studio 13.04 on a clean apple mac pro tower 2006? It has a 32bit bootloading hybrid efi but is 64bit capable. Many thanks.

  4. Kaj Ailomaa Says:

    We don’t actively support Mac machines, and none of the devs have one. Generally, if a standard Ubuntu or Xubuntu install will work, so should Ubuntu Studio. And the method for installation should be the same.