Re: Bug#673025: Debian 7 Alpha Install reports
John Northall wrote:
>Comments/Problems:None really for a novice user
><Description of the install, in prose, and any thoughts, comments and ideas you had during the initial install.
> This PC used for numerous non windows installs. Settled on Debian 6
>as very stable. Ubuntu 12.04 is not! Tried Debian 7 alpha &
>everything worked. Use Gnome Classic ...do not like later
>one. Synaptic package Manager installed Chromium,Icedove ( I use
>Thunderbird). Kept libreoffice. Will try photo editing& printing
>next./*I now have an everyday set up which works*./ Assume that I
>will have to install fresh the beta& release ediitions when they come
>out. Many congrats on your work...........John Northall (UK)
Thanks very much for the feedback, it's very helpful!
You should not need to re-install fresh in future (unless you want to,
to help us test future installer releases!). Debian's support for
upgrades in place is very good, so you should just be able to keep
upgrading the system you already have installed.
Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK. email@example.com
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