ubuntu-ca Digest, Vol 91, Issue 9

Suhaib Nabeil snabieel at gmail.com
Fri Oct 19 12:45:59 UTC 2012


thanks for sharig the tip. However I chose the safer way. I downloaded a
liveCD and gave it a try. Last time I did I complete upgrade. i ended up
with a black screen :@ lol

On Friday, October 19, 2012, wrote:

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>    1. [HOW-TO] Upgrading to 12.10 from 12.04 LTS (Michael Stathers)
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> Hello Everybody,
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> Now usually I blow out my machine and perform a fresh install, but this
> time I thought that I would do an in-place upgrade.
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> The gist of it is:
>   1) Update all your package
>   2) Tell the update-manager that you would like to upgrade away from an
> LTS
>   3) Upgrade
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> I prefer to do things via command line so:
>   1) sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
>   2) sudoedit /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades
>          -  Change from "Prompt=lts" to "Prompt=normal"
>   3) sudo do-release-upgrade
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> Full instructions for both graphical and command-line based methods can be
> conveniently found on Ubuntu's website:
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>          https://help.ubuntu.com/community/QuantalUpgrades
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> I hope everybody has a great time with the new release!
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>    - Mike S (Ubuntu Vancouver)
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