Of course, it is possible. Just change jessie to testing in you sources.list and apt-get update then apt-get dist-upgrade
Be careful: it may be long as many packages will be updated, and it may cause some little problems if you have a twickde system, but it should go fine, I tried on a new Jessie two days ago.
Le 29/07/2017 à 18:56, Mark Peveto a écrit :
Is there a way to upgrade to stretch without having to totally reinstall my entire system? I'm working with Jessie now using the mate desktop environment. It isn't the testing release. If a total system install is required, I'll probably just stick with what I've got, especially since I've got my hardware synths working on it. Thanks. Mark Peveto Registered Linux user number 600552 Everything happens after coffee! On Sat, 29 Jul 2017, Samuel Thibault wrote:Hello, Just a few news items: - I should have pointed it out earlier: with Debian Stretch being released, accessibility is now enabled by default. This means that notably, on a Debian system running the gnome desktop, you just need to press super-alt-s. There is no need to click some "enable accessibility" checkbox and re-login any more. This will also better expose the accessibility stack to developers, so they can themselves notice issues with it. - The a11y bug tracker tag was added, which we can now use to track down the accessibility issues. - The accessibility::* debtags were added. One can now contribute them on debtags.debian.org. This will allow to do apt-cache searches with filtering packages which have explicitly been marked as being accessible. - Just as a reminder, packages upload & bugs will stop being sent to this list, but instead to firstname.lastname@example.org , which you can subscribe to from https://lists.alioth.debian.org/mailman/listinfo/pkg-a11y-devel Samuel