Kevin Philp wrote:
>I was running Ubuntu Breezy on an AMD64 and recently tried to upgrade to
>>1. Changing the sources.list to point to the Heanet Dapper files
>>2. aptitude update && aptitude dist-upgrade
>>It seemed to run OK and after about an hour of downloading files, crunching
>away and asking about 3 questions it finished. Then when I rebooted it bombed
>claiming it couldn't find /dev/hda2 which is the root partition.
>>Anybody happen to ahve a quick fix or should I write it off and reinstall from
>>Write it off, dapper is nowhere near production ready. It has only gone
feature freeze. Code is a long way away yet - and it still has to get
the new gnome (~paddies day march).
Dapper drake will die and be replaced by 6.04 on 20th April if all goes
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