[ubuntu-uk] Installing over Failed Upgrades

Ciaran Mooney general.mooney at googlemail.com
Sun Feb 15 09:54:03 GMT 2009

Backup data and install with the standard installation CD.

Personally I have two hard drives, one with the system stuff and the
other with personal data. Makes updating very easy, you could do the
same with partitions on a single drive.

Upgrading from previous versions is best only done when you have not
tinkered with your install between release. If your like me and over
time pulled everything out and put it back in the wrong place etc then
fresh installs are the way to go.


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