On 3 Jun 2006, at 23:55, James McCarthy wrote:
> Two thumbs up.
>> Was running on Breezy PPC,
> used apt-get to upgrade,
> three hours later I was running Dapper.
Two thumbs down.
Was running on Breezy 386,
used apt-get to upgrade,
30 minutes later my router no longer had any network interfaces.
> Everything worked that was working before the upgrade,
> and a few things that weren't working before worked now.
A router without network interfaces? Well, you can guess how that's
> Dapper => dogs balls.
Dapper update instructions => slightly north of dog's balls. The
notes at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperUpgrades are pleasingly
optimistic, but it ain't necessarily so. The second last point in the
release notes' "Known Issues" section
* Systems that are upgraded since hoary (or earlier) may have to
manually delete linux-image-2.6.10 packages before the upgrade
MAY be a pointer to my complete disaster, given that after the dist-
upgrade to dapper the router was still running 2.6.10, but who can tell?
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