Proper way to get SS10 to woody?
I've been trying to get my SS10 up to woody, and it's a little touch and
go. Here's what I've done:
1) Install as base a system as possible with potato
2) Update /etc/apt/sources.list to point to the unstable branch
3) Run apt-get update
4) Run apt-get dist-upgrade
5) Wait for things to break and run apt-get -f install to clean things
6) Run apt-get upgrade to try and clean up stuff...
apt-get check doesn't report any missing dependecies, so it's hard to see
if I've done a complete woody upgrade.
Is this process documented somewhere?
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