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Post  Admin on Tue Nov 30, 2010 4:49 pm

There will probably be one last Lucid release if all goes well, then Maverick will be next.

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Post  hqlinux on Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:11 pm

Are you going to use the 'upgrade" mode, or is this going to require a complete re-format and re-install??? I am using one of the AMD password versions of PhoenixOS (don't remember which number Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed ) and it updates fine, but it gives me the option to upgrade to 10.10, which I am reluctant to do.

The version on PhoenixOS that I am using works very well, and I don't want to "mess with success" so to speak. Smile

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Post  Admin on Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:26 pm

hqlinux wrote:Are you going to use the 'upgrade" mode, or is this going to require a complete re-format and re-install??? I am using one of the AMD password versions of PhoenixOS (don't remember which number Embarassed Embarassed Embarassed ) and it updates fine, but it gives me the option to upgrade to 10.10, which I am reluctant to do.

The version on PhoenixOS that I am using works very well, and I don't want to "mess with success" so to speak. Smile

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Not sure yet, but if you did do that upgrade it would trash everything then you would have Ubuntu.

I would like to have rolling releases, closest solution I can find to make this happen is create a script in a tar ball package that would allow it to revert back to phoenixos after the upgrade is finished, but still at the drawing board with that one.
I personally like the karmic and lucid build the best they just work GREAT. Hardy works good but nothing supported for hardy that much anymore.


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Post  hqlinux on Wed Dec 22, 2010 4:12 pm

I was sure that if I did the upgrade I would end up with Ubuntu, which I already have on another hard drive. I don't want, nor need that...LOL

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