Switching from Hardy to Intrepid

steve sfreilly at roadrunner.com
Wed Oct 22 22:08:02 UTC 2008


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David McNally wrote:
> Hi, everyone.
> 
> I've been using Hardy for a while now, and I've been seeing a lot of
> good things about Intrepid. I know that I'll upgrade once the final
> version (not the beta) is available, but until then, I'm not sure
> whether to upgrade or not.
> 
> I know that the final version will be out in only 8 days, but should I
> upgrade now anyway? And, in the future, should I upgrade immediately
> when a beta is out, or wait until the final is out?
> 
> I know that the Intrepid Beta will have all of the features that final
> version of Intrepid will have, but I'm afraid that it will have too many
> bugs.
> 
> -- 
> David McNally
> david3333333 at gmail.com <mailto:david3333333 at gmail.com>
> apt-get moo
> 

All depends on how adept you are in fixing problem.  Me? I
 like a challenge, and have been using Intrepid now for about 2 weeks.
Every day there has been anywhere between 40 and 90 updates, theyve been
going down slowly seems last few days, but that could be my imagination.
 I had minimal problems, wireless kept dropping first time I upgraded,
but now its fine.  Had x server and driver problems after upgrade
but now fixed

My recommendation would be if you have a spare box, go ahead!




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