I'm assuming that this means that I am out of beta?
Is there a way to tell if I am still using beta after upgrading?
I've been constantly upgrading my beta and I am, as far as I know, completely up to date.
But, I can't really tell if I am up to date in terms of beta or 12.04 as a whole. did not have the upgrade button like it did whenever I upgraded from 11.10 to beta.
And, the System tab reads "Release 12.04 (precise) 32-bit".
On the income statement, increases are reported in sales revenues, cost of goods sold, and (possibly) expenses.
On the balance sheet, an increase is reported in accounts receivable, a decrease is reported in inventory, and a change is reported in stockholders' equity for the amount of the net income earned on the sale.If the sale is made with the terms FOB Shipping Point, the ownership of the goods is transferred at the seller's dock.Try with update-manager -d and find out if you see an Upgrade button.Or run System Monitor and check out the System tab and read the text under Ubuntu.If there shows Release 12.04 (precise) 32-bit you are out of beta.When a company sells goods on credit, it reports the transaction on both its income statement and its balance sheet.