[ubuntu-za] Upgrade to new Ubuntu OS every 6 months?

Robert Ketteringham robket at gmail.com
Tue Mar 2 17:43:08 GMT 2010

On Tue, 2010-03-02 at 19:33 +0200, Anton Binedell wrote:
> Hello,
> Thanks for the help with my last dilemma.Ubuntu is now running as my
> only OS. I however have an open question about how users upgrade on
> Ubuntu, do you upgrade every 6 months to a newer version of Ubuntu or do
> you stay with the OS until the end of the OS lifespan (18 months)? And
> what would be the best option: upgrade every 6 months; 12 months or 18
> months?   
> Regards
> Anton

I like living on the edge, so I update every 6 months. I always do a
full reinstall, because I tend to install a lot of stuff that I never
use, and its a good way of cleaning out the closet.

Only annoying thing is that releases tend to happen during exam time :/

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