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Month: July 2017

Re: [trinity-users] trying to avoid rebuilding whole system

From: dep <dep@...>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2017 19:47:25 -0400
said Sl�vek Banko:

| I always strictly avoided the Ubuntu tool because one of the steps it
| performs is to disable all external apt sources. But this step is a very
| good reason for causing conflicts during the dist-upgrade.
| Instead, I use the classic Debian way == change the distribution name in
| all apt sources lists and then the common procedure:
| apt-get udpate
| apt-get upgrade
| apt-get clean
| apt-get dist-upgrade
| apt-get clean
| apt-get autoremove

thanks very much -- that's the approach i'll take.

while i'm here -- there was talk that there was something wrong with 16.04 
and that 14.04 was preferable. as my current situation demonstrates, i'm 
not a big fan of upgrading distributions, and going only to 14.04 means i 
get to do this all over again in two years. so -- have the issues with 
16.04 been ironed out, or is it still to be avoided?

thanks again.

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