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Re: Upgrading Lenny to Squeeze

I'm one of the lucky guys, too. Usually I upgrade my desktop first, to
see if everything goes well -- after a few weeks or so I upgrade my
(productive-) notebook. Up to now there were no major problems since
Etch.  Although there are always some minor ones (e.g. since
yesterday, after upgrading Lenny-->Squeeze, some background-colours in
mc are not working anymore and -- strangely -- vfu mixes up some
letters in the filenames).

Luckily I upgraded the kernel at first ;)

Best regards,

On Fr, 24.Sep 17:34, godo wrote:
> On 09/24/2010 05:09 PM, Nikolay Bitsadze wrote:
> >Seems like the only way to do things right is clean install? Learned
> >from other people's mistakes.
> I don't know, I newer had problems with apt-get dist-upgrade in
> single user mod. Only once was problem when was some bigger changes
> in Xorg
> Maybe because I always upgrade ~1-2 month after testing become stable.
> 1 box=Etch->Lenny->Squeeze
> 2 box=Lenny->Squeeze
> 3 box is always Sid
> All boxes are home desktop/laptop.
> Maybe I'm just lucky.
> -- 
> Bye,
> Goran Dobosevic
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> Registered Linux User #503414
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