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Thread: Final Release of 11.0

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    Default Final Release of 11.0

    If you have 11.0 rc1 installed and running and not seeing any real problems is it necessary to re install the final release?
    Would maintaining all the updates be the same?
    Larry

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    Default Re: Final Release of 11.0

    No need to re-install. Just update your packages and you are good.
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    Default Re: Final Release of 11.0

    That's good to hear, so it's just a matter of updating, but that should sort itself automatically.
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    Default Re: Final Release of 11.0

    Don't you also have to switch repositories from factory to the 11.0 ones?

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    Cool Re: Final Release of 11.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Erunno View Post
    Don't you also have to switch repositories from factory to the 11.0 ones?
    My current repositories look normal!

    Which makes me think that I have the pukker release already? And it's just a matter of any updates. I have had loads of updates today.

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    Graham P Davis NNTP User

    Default Re: Final Release of 11.0

    MadHag wrote:

    >
    > Erunno;1818062 Wrote:
    >> Don't you also have to switch repositories from factory to the 11.0
    >> ones?

    >
    > My current repositories look normal!
    >
    > Which makes me think that I have the pukker release already? And it's
    > just a matter of any updates. I have had loads of updates today.
    >
    > [image: http://www.welshweb.net/screens/s11_repos.png]
    >
    >


    I made clean installs so I've got the "factory" repositories. I also would
    like to know whether we'll have to switch repositories.

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    Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks., UK. E-mail: newsman, not newsboy.
    "What use is happiness? It can't buy you money." [Chic Murray, 1919-85]

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    Default Re: Final Release of 11.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Graham P Davis View Post
    MadHag wrote:

    >
    > Erunno;1818062 Wrote:
    >> Don't you also have to switch repositories from factory to the 11.0
    >> ones?

    >
    > My current repositories look normal!
    >
    > Which makes me think that I have the pukker release already? And it's
    > just a matter of any updates. I have had loads of updates today.
    >
    > [image: http://www.welshweb.net/screens/s11_repos.png]
    >
    >


    I made clean installs so I've got the "factory" repositories. I also would
    like to know whether we'll have to switch repositories.

    --
    Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks., UK. E-mail: newsman, not newsboy.
    "What use is happiness? It can't buy you money." [Chic Murray, 1919-85]
    If your repos are still factory, then just update your sources via repo management. If you scan the repos it will find the 11.0 repos and allow you to enable them, then just delete the factory ones and your all set.

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