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Bye Bye Cuttlefish 18.10- End of Life & Support of Ubuntu Cosmic CuttleFish

Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish

Cosmic Cuttlefish 18.10: It is been a nice journey for Cuttlefish for all these days before its predefined end came on 18 July 2019. We all know that Ubuntu 18.10 is not a Long Term Support Version(LTS) rather an Interim Release from Ubuntu. Every year, Ubuntu releases such Provisional Releases every year on the month of October. Cosmic Cuttlefish is one among them and was released on October 18, 2018. Cuttlefish had the best journey through all these nine months and now it is time to bid farewell to our favorite Ubuntu Cosmic Cuttlefish 18.10.

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The Journey of Ubuntu 18.10:

It was May 2018, when the Codename of Ubuntu 18.10 was first revealed. Cosmic Cuttlefish is one of the Smarter Ubuntu Versions and the codename stands for itself. When Cosmic denoted the Vast Space, Cuttlefish is one of the Marine animals which are known for their intelligence. After a number of Daily builds, there came Ubuntu 18.10 Stable from Ubuntu on October 18, 2018.

Features of Ubuntu 18.10 Cosmic Cuttlefish:

Cosmic Cuttlefish came with a lot of interesting features that really made Ubuntu users happy. Just to recall, the following are the few among them.

  1. Finger Print Support for Devices.
  2. New Themes and icons.
  3. Updated Gnome and Linux Kernel.
  4. Battery Power on laptops has been well-handled.
  5. Multi-monitor support in GDM.

Other than the above-listed features, there has been a number of updates and changes been made on Ubuntu 18.10.

Should I Continue using Ubuntu 18.10 Cuttlefish or not?

The answer to the above question is simple. Ubuntu 18.10 is going to work fine on your system if you are a Cuttlefish user but however, It will not get any Official Support and any kind of Security Maintenance and Updates. There won’t be any hurdle to continue using Cuttlefish but it is not recommended to continue with Ubuntu 18.10 anymore coz there won’t be any Bug Fixes and Security Updates.

Farewell to Ubuntu 18.10 Cuttlefish:

Bye to Cosmic Cuttlefish
Bye to Cosmic Cuttlefish

It is been a nice journey for the last 9 months with Ubuntu 18.10 and it is time to bid farewell to one of the favorite Ubuntu Operating systems. Ubuntu 18.10 is always going to have a special place in the heart of Ubuntu Users and fans. Thank you Cosmic Cuttlefish!!!

Upcoming Interim Release from Ubuntu- Ubuntu 19.10:

The codename of Eoan Ermine has been released on May 8, 2019, which is special but a crazy one. Ubuntu may or may not have a reason to name it Eoan Ermine however both of these words have individual meaning.

  • Eoan- It is a Latin+English Word which refers to the Dawn or the East.
  • Ermine- A Costly White Fur that is made from the animal called Stoat.
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
Ermine

Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine Release Date:

Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
Ubuntu 19.10 Eoan Ermine
  • Stable Release of Ubuntu 19.10- October 17, 2019

The Date is tentative but however, there won’t be any much changes with the release date.

We have an article explaining a lot more about the upcoming Ubuntu 19.10, Kindly check it out.

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This article provides information on the End of Life and End of Support of Ubuntu 18.10 Cuttlefish which was an Interim Release from Ubuntu. The above article also includes information about the upcoming Interim Release next to Ubuntu 18.10 which is nothing but the Ubuntu 19.10 Codenamed Eoan Ermine. If you have any Query then Kindly Comment Us and we will revert to you with a solution ASAP.

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