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Re: Installing newer kernels



On 03/18/2016 02:13 PM, Curt wrote:
I have never had a failed dist-upgrade. Of course, you gotta follow the
goddamn directions, do about five or ten minutes of reading of the
appropriate material, which isn't too much to ask I wouldn't think.

This wipe business strikes me as vaguely scatological.  Clean and
cruftless and wiped (and do they wash their hands fifty times a day
too, just to be impeccable)?

I'm not a good Debian owner. I download and install 3rd party software. I modify system configuration files. I'm too lazy to identify and understand all of the ramifications of the two prior sentences, so reverting the changes so that a dist-upgrade can work cleanly is not practical. Basically, I'm lazy. I want to pop in a disk/USB, get to a known good state, and then start my butchery all over again. ;-)


David


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