[ubuntu-us-ma] Ubuntu 9.04 to 9.10 Upgrade script extremely inefficient (downloads from the internet, ignores local CD image)
databasejay at gmail.com
Sat Oct 31 00:23:53 GMT 2009
my experience was no problem, but it was slow... I just followed the steps,
had a glass of wine, walked away. Slow but easy. It must have been busy on
the source, because the download rate was much slower than I normally
Anyway, easy. It's done. working through the Top things to do memo now.
The sun virtual box menu ... hmmm not working the way I thought. Perhaps I
failed to read the instructions.
On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 5:29 AM, Randy Cole <randyokc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am very disappointed with the Ubuntu upgrade process this time.
> After attempting to perform a distribution upgrade, I find it would be
> much faster to download the CD using bittorrent. After downloading the
> desktop cd, I find out I need the "Alternate" CD. So I download that.
> I run the cdupgrade script, which gives me the option of allowing
> packages to also download over the network. I say yes. But it says 1+
> day. (Why would I need to download so many packages on day zero)? So I
> cancel, re-run the script and say no. Still downloads. I untar the
> python, type
> ./karmic --cdrom=/cdrom --without-network . It still downloads from the
> Also, version upgrade "terminal" window doesn't open, unlike the window
> in regular updates.
> It should finish downloading the packages in either 10 hours, or 2 days,
> 1 hour.
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