Upgrading to Potato on-line: any tips?
Now that we have finally got a measure of `free' internet access in the
UK (i.e. without phone charges, at least in the evenings and at
weekends), I'm able to contemplate upgrading my Debian setup to Potato
on-line. (I've always done it via CD previously.)
Any tips about how to do this? Anything to watch out for? Do I just do
apt-get dist-upgrade? How long does it take?
Anthony Campbell - running Linux Debian 2.1 (Windows-free zone)
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