Re: tardy sarge to etch upgrade proceedure
Mark Copper <email@example.com>:
> I, ahem, need to upgrade oldstable to stable, but I cannot update my
> current oldstable system, no longer supported as it is. How important is
> it to do that before upgrading?
Thanks for asking the questions, because the resultant answers were
But Geez, man, point some bucks at a competent consultant, and you
wouldn't be in this mess. He could keep you up to date with an hour /
mo. Stockholders shouldn't be getting ALL the profits, damnit! IT
demands maintenance to continue to perform as expected. You should
For my $CLIENT, I'm currently updating a critical ksh program which
hasn't been touched since it was implemented, fourteen years ago. It's
hell, and it needn't be!
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