“Why the system information is showing Ubuntu 13.10 instead of Ubuntu 14.04”?!
Same question is being asked daily even before the final release of Ubuntu GNOME 14.04.
This is actually a must-do step with any new release/version of any Operating System/Software in the world and to be more specific here, it is a must-do step every time Ubuntu and its official flavours announce a new release every 6 months.
Why reading the release notes is very important?
The answer is very simple: because the release notes will explain everything about the new release and above all, show the known issues for every new release that all users must be aware of before anything else.
Sorry for the inconvenience
Ubuntu GNOME Team would like to apologize if we caused any kind of confusion and/or headache to the users of Ubuntu GNOME. Our Developers are working on the known issues, specially this problem:
Meanwhile, you can check and verify which release/version of Ubuntu GNOME you’re using by following these steps:
As always, thank you for choosing and using Ubuntu GNOME and thanks for reading this very important note. Please keep that in mind with each and every release, you do need to read the release notes. This will save your time and save the trouble for you and for everyone else.
Enjoy and have fun with Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 LTS
On behalf of Ubuntu GNOME Team