Old 22nd September 2009, 04:56
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Default Ubuntu 9.04 or wait for 9.10?

Hi All,

I have to re-install my server to work with ISPConfig 3 (I'm still running ISPConfig 2)

In your opinion should I install 9.04, get everything up and running, then upgrade when 9.10 is available? Or, should I wait until 9.10 is out and do the install at that time?

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Old 22nd September 2009, 11:45
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As this is a server, you dont have to upgrade to the latest availabale version of a operating system and it is highly recommended to not upgrade that fast. User 9.04 now as its a stable system and most bugs have been fixed and in about half a year or a year, update to 9.10 as all the first bugs had been fixed in that release then too.
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