Ubuntu 14.04 LTS – Trusty Tahr

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We are pleased to announce that our build infrastructure has been upgraded to Ubuntu Trusty. This means that your builds will run in an updated and more stable environment. We worked hard during the past couple of months to make this upgrade as smooth as possible.

Give Ubuntu Trusty a try

There is a special branch codeship-trusty to test your Ubuntu Trusty compatibility. If you push to that branch we will run your build in the new Ubuntu Trusty environment. This is a safe way to check if your projects are compatible with Ubuntu Trusty.

Switch to the new Ubuntu Trusty environment

After making sure your project runs fine under Ubuntu Trusty you can go to the project settings and change the architecture to Ubuntu 14.04. This means that from now on all builds will run in the new updated and more stable Ubuntu Trusty environment. No worries, you can still change it back to Ubuntu 12.10.

Change your project architecture in your project's general settings

Your next steps

  • test your Codeship project on the codeship-trusty branch
  • set the project architecture to Ubuntu 14.04
  • be happy

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End of Life (EOL) for Ubuntu 12.10 (Quantal Quetzal)

Everything has an end. Thanks little quetzal for serving the last 1,5 years. We will fade out our Ubuntu Quantal build environment by the end of october.

  • New projects will be on Ubuntu Trusty by default by the end of August.
  • We will upgrade all projects to Ubuntu Trusty by the end of October.

Please make sure to upgrade your projects as soon as possible to ensure that you have enough time to test your projects under Ubuntu Trusty.

In case something unexpected happens in our new trusty environment please don’t hesitate to contact us at support@codeship.io

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