[SATLUG] in-place upgrade/install?

Enrique Sanchez esanchezvela.satlug at gmail.com
Thu Oct 14 22:10:17 CDT 2010


On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 12:13 AM,  <rsuberg at satx.rr.com> wrote:
> I appreciate your experience, but I don't think that is the issue. My Win7 install totally died, and the linux install was to files on win7, not their own partitions.  The install that went haywire was an upgrade to 9.04 (IIRC) and the live cd runs just fine, in addition to a usb installed external hard drive.  Planning on installing on its own drive (the right way)...
>
> Richard
> ---- mark <mark at kandm-solutions.com> wrote:
>> It may just be the 10.04 distro itself that is the problem. I cant' boot
>> any kernel in 10.04 past 2.6.32-22. If I boot anything above that, well
>> I don't boot at all.
>>
>> There seem to be alot of problems with 10.04. They may have let some
>> questionable code in with the expectation that they can fix it, being
>> that it is a long-term support release.
>>
>> On Wed, 2010-10-13 at 12:52 +0000, rsuberg at satx.rr.com wrote:
>> > I know there is an upgrade for Ubuntu, 10.04 LTS.  Problem is mine was running 8.04.  When I clicked upgrade, going thru the 9.* versions to get to the 10.04, the install went haywire. System still appears to be running 8.04. What I was wanting to know is if I install 10.04 from CD while maintaining the existing mount points if the system would install and maintain the existing filesystem/files, or would that just end up confusing everything else?  I really should have been keeping up with this project more, but as things moved on it got put on the back burner and now got moved back up front.
>> >
>> > Richard
>>
>> --
>> kandm-solutions.com

that's strange, I've upgraded my kids computers from 7.x to 10.04 all in place.

esv.


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