[conspire] Ubuntu 9.04
nick at zork.net
Mon Oct 10 14:48:48 PDT 2011
> Quoting Nick Moffitt (nick at zork.net):
> I see you suddenly veered offlist. Correcting.
Whoops! Thanks. Not sure how I did that.
> > Yeah, that's a bit iffy. I know you can't do it until at *least*
> > the .1 release, but I was under the impression that the LTS->LTS
> > jump needed at least .2 to work without the "not recommended for
> > production environments" -d switch.
> In any event, I am not able to properly apprehend what you mean,
> above. The do-release-upgrade tool does not offer the degree of
> choice you seem to be implying.
I'm not trying to say that there's a 'choice'. I mean that when 10.04.1
was released, a bare do-release-upgrade would not yet take you there
directly from 8.04.* unless you forced the issue. When 10.04.2 was
released (if I am remembering the schedule correctly), an addition was
made to the files that do-release-upgrade checks, allowing upgrades not
only from 9.10 but also from 8.04.
> You straighten out what you remember, and (more important) what the
> docs say that I'm (allegedly) missing. Meanwhile, I'm a bit busy.
Okay, how about I just stop getting into conversations where people bark
orders at me, instead. I'm not a fan of the lack of documentation for
You are in an open field west of a big white house
with a boarded front door.
There is a small mailbox here.
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