tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk
Thu Dec 14 00:36:21 GMT 2006
> I did that without problems using the apt-get update, apt-get upgrade,
> apt-get dist-upgrade (twice the latter) and it worked fine.
Thanks. When I'm feeling brave, I'll give it a try. The risk is if it
goes wrong, there is no-one local who could fix the system and my mother
would be without her computer until I can make the 300 mile drive!
I wonder if there is an approach whereby I clone the root logical volume
and somehow upgrade the clone (without booting into it, that is). That
way the system should always at least reboot into the original system?
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