Welcoming myself to Ubuntu, but I have some questions
albi at scii.nl
Wed Oct 12 21:17:50 UTC 2005
On Wed, 12 Oct 2005 20:58:11 +0000 (UTC)
<johnny.kastropf at runbox.com> wrote:
> Right now I have the preview version of 5.10 installed. However, I see that the update
> manager has continuously updated packages. Am I right to assume that
> there is no formal action required when the final version is released
after you're using the official breezy-branch, there will (normally)
only be security-updates to install afaik
> The question is how upgradable are Ubuntu releases? I read about dist-upgrade and read pages ?
> like http://ubuntuguide.org/#upgradehoarytobreezy which detail that
> you can change the sources to upgrade to 'breezy', but there is a huge
> warning somewhere that it could "break your system".
> So what's the deal here? Can you upgrade or not? Will I be able to upgrade in the future?
you can safely upgrade after breezy is officially out
so far breezy has been a development-version, hence the warning (from
time to time things break in the development-version)
> 5. How do I resize partitions with information on it without destroying my data?
> I remember I used to use FIPS in my days.
(fips is only for splitting FAT-partitions)
> What is the modern free alternative? Want to split
> my current partition.
you can take a look at qtparted http://qtparted.sourceforge.net
(and make backups before you use it)
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