Upgrade Testing

Richard Elkins richard.elkins at gmail.com
Thu Jan 30 00:38:16 UTC 2014

Saucy -> Trusty worked _/just now/_ on Saucy via `update-manager -d
-c`.  Did something change in the last 1.5 hours???  (-: 

Robin, try it again.  Keep in mind that you have to bring your system
up-to-date first.  Then, try `update-manager -d -c`.



On 01/29/2014 05:21 PM, Richard Elkins wrote:
> You shouldn't need to fiddle with the repos, Robin.  The "proposed"
> category refers to pre-releases for the current release level.
> `update-manager -d` doesn't work on 13.10 (Saucy) either.  (-: 
> Probably, 14.04 isn't ready for this test case?
> On 01/29/2014 04:33 PM, Robin wrote:
>> Sorry if I missed something, but...
>> Update Manager doesn't offer an upgrade to 14.04.  Do I need to add
>> "precise-proposed" to the repository list?
>> Also I attempted to copy and paste my pastebin hardware profile into
>> the wiki for testers but got nowhere.  I just followed the links, made
>> an account, logged in, found my way back to the wiki to add my entry
>> and ran into a brick wall.
>> It shouldn't be such a geeky pain in the neck to be a tester!  :D
>> But I have all my backups done and I'm ready to give this a shot - if
>> I can get past Square One, that is.

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