Ubuntu upgrading technique [Was: Re: Partition-conclusions]

Karl Larsen k5di at zianet.com
Sun Oct 26 12:52:15 UTC 2008

Erik Christiansen wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 07:58:31PM -0700, Leonard Chatagnier wrote:
>> Now that's a pregnant idea that I haven't gotten around to doing.
>> Sounds like a great idea when you're having configuration issues and
>> have no idea of what goes where.  Thanks for the thought which I'll
>> try.
> You're welcome. On the last upgrade, I had no email, due to
> network_manager mucking things up, so it was a godsend to be able to
> reboot with a working distro.
> At first I thought there was no added content in your reply, but then I
> found it, looking for all the world like part of the quote of my post.
> I hope that the clearer attribution here clarifies who wrote what.
> (I understand that an inadequate MUA may be the source of the problem. ;-))
> Erik
    Well the desire to have a place to load the new version when I get 
it d/l had me checking for hard drive space. I discovered the problem 
with my External partitions and now I have 250 GB of found new disk 
space! I can sure use a new partition and plan to.



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