Question regarding the upgrade to 14.04.3
lbsolost at yahoo.com
Mon Aug 3 14:34:06 UTC 2015
Oopsy - below I said the 14.04.2, 14.04.3, and 14.04.4 HWE stacks would
reach HWE EOL in August 2017. That should have said August 2016!!!!!!
Sorry for the goof up.
On 08/03/2015 09:29 AM, Erick Brunzell wrote:
> On 08/03/2015 07:34 AM, Patrik Bubák wrote:
>> Hi lads,
>> I'm not exactly sure how should I proceed if I'm on 14.04.2 and want
>> to upgrade to .3. Will the update be available via the update
>> manager, or is it recommended to rather do a quick re-install of /?
> No need to reinstall, that would rather defeat the purpose of an LTS
> wouldn't it? Trusty automatically moves from 14.04 to 14.04.1 to
> 14.04.2 to 14.04.3, etc, etc .........
> Trusty will however remain on the kernel series and matching X-stack
> version that were provided with the specific installation media until
> the HWE stacks provided with 14.04.2, 14.04.3, and 14.04.4 reach EOL
> some time in August 2017 at which point the update-manager will begin
> to warn that the user is approaching HWE EOL and it will offer the
> upgrade to the 14.04.5 HWE stack.
> If a user installed using either the 14.04 or 14.04.1 media they'll
> remain on the OE HWE (3.13 series kernel) and not have to deal with
> HWE EOL at all. One reason we didn't go out of our way recommending
> that most users install using 14.04.1 media is that until 14.04.2
> ubiquity had a very nasty bug that frequently resulted in data loss
> during reinstallations.
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>> Nothing ruins creativity like too many voices weighing in. We call it
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>> one condition: they all have to agree on one flavour. That flavour is
>> going to be chocolate or vanilla every time. Groups of people don't
>> agree on what's cool or interesting, they agree on what's easy to
>> agree on.
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