[ubuntu-za] Ubuntu 10.04

David Rubin drubin at ubuntu.com
Tue Apr 20 12:28:33 BST 2010

On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 1:16 PM, Andy Rabagliati <andyr at wizzy.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 20 Apr 2010, Bill Cairns wrote:
>> My question is - is it worth waiting for a month or two (or how long?)
>> to get a more solid product, or should I submit to my baser instincts
>> and do it as soon as possible because I want to play with the new
>> Ubuntu? The answer really depends on the quantity of the downloads
>> required - if the ISO image is going to be 700 megs and the bug
>> corrections during the next however long are going to be 200 megs,
>> then waiting would seem the best option. If only 20 megs, then let's
>> do it now. (IOK  - I know nobody knows how long a piece of string is,
>> but previous releases must have given us an idea).
> You might easily get 200M updates in the first month.
> But can you resist ?
> Even though you are going LTS -> LTS, I would suggest backing up
> /home and /etc and any other things you might miss, and doing
> a fresh install of 10.04.

While I agree with backing up every thing, this makes sense there
should be no need to do a fresh install.


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