Am Montag, 2. November 2009 02:37:23 schrieb Timothy Pearson:
> Hi Dex,
> You can try going straight to 9.10 as long as the core system (kernel,
> udev, init, etc) allows it--I haven't tried so I don't know. KDE3 iteslf
> will work just fine with that jump.
> When you do upgrade, follow the instructions here:
> Let me know how it turns out!
Bad - Kubuntu borked in the first place, after the upgrade the system wouldn't
Need a stable system right now (good thing I completely backed up 8.04), more
tinkering postponed, if not cancelled (considering migrating to debain lenny,
can't take canonicals bold moves like upstart tripping over their own feet).
I'll post my results should I change my mind and succeed in upgrading, tho it
rather looks like a reinstall at the moment which I have about as much a head
for as for a nazi row. (I haven't reinstalled since 2003 and I'm not willing
to start now.)
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