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Re: [trinity-users] upgrade path question

From: "Dr. Nikolaus Klepp" <office@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2014 14:16:50 +0100
Am Mittwoch, 17. Dezember 2014 schrieb dep:
> hey there, good people . . .
> 
> this is a pretty lame question; fortunately, i'm old enough that lame 
> doesn't bother me all that much anymore.
> 
> it's been awhile since i burned a kernel, built open office from source, or 
> built kde -- the way we used to, say, 15 years ago (i even once wrote a 
> piece about whether it took longer to compile all of kde than it did to 
> drive from connecticut to key west -- 
> http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/opinions/3420/1 ).
> 
> so now there's a new version of the real, useful kde, now known as tde. i'm 
> on ubuntu 12.04LTS. time to do a general upgrade.
> 
> what i'm seeking is advice as to the easiest, least-annoying way to upgrade 
> both operating system and tde -- i'm using 3.5.13.2 -- without breaking, 
> well, anything. i've kept the same configurations for ages. i like them. 
> many took days to sort out and i forgot how i did them.
> 
> so. anyone here have a decent recipe for upgrading the whole thing all at 
> once, rebooting, and having what i have, only better?

Hi!

I just did an upgrade from 3.5.13.2 to 14.0.0 on my old debian wheezy:

# service kde-trinity stop; apt-get update; aptitude dist-upgrade

It took ~ 6 hours, but everything went smooth. Just keep in mind to upgrade from a console e.g. <ctrl>+<alt>+<F1> and not from within TDE. All setting were kept and everything works as expected.

Thanks for good work :-)

Nik

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