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Month: May 2014

Re: [trinity-users] Most simple way to upgrade Trinity

From: Greg Madden <gomadtroll@...>
Date: Sun, 25 May 2014 15:51:46 -0800
On Sunday 25 May 2014 11:11:21 you wrote:
> On Sunday 25 May 2014 12:16:00 David Hare wrote:
> > There is normally no reason why a Debian system should ever need to
> > be reinstalled.
> I would like to upgrade, without reinstalling, from Wheezy to Jessie
> and to 3.5.14.  Would I be better to upgrade TDE and let it
> settle, then upgrade Debian, or the other way round?  Or ought I to
> wait?  That is a tempting possibility given that I love what I have
> got!

My experience, I initially regreted upgrading  from Squeeze to 
Wheezy...everthing just worked. I tell myself there has to be a 
compelling reason to upgrade and since I mange my main apps outside of 
the Debian repo's, it should of simplifed the decison, it never does. 
TDE apps  and Apache Openoffice are the main stays of my business.. 
they do not require OS changes. I use Iceweasel and the Debian Mozilla 
team maintains this app.

> > No comment on aptitude, I don't normally use it.
> I use what the release notes recommend for an upgrade, but am still
> using aptitude for every day.  An old dog can learn new tricks - but
> may still be more comfortable with the old ones. ;-)
> Lisi

I noticed 3.5.14 is available for Squeeze, Wheezy and Jessie.