That doesn’t work with either the regular KDE Plasma Workspace option or its failsafe version. I upgraded with zypper by disabling the old repositories and adding the new ones then doing a “zypper ref” then a “zypper dup”.
On 11/16/2012 06:16 PM, simps05192 wrote:
> I upgraded with zypper by disabling the old
> repositories and adding the new ones then doing a “zypper ref” then a
> “zypper dup”.
some folks get real lucky and that works kind’a (after chasing around
cleaning up lots of little problems–like it won’t boot, or X wont start
or or or or)…but, it so often fails to bring a smile because there is
a lot more to than just change repos and zupper magic…
as mentioned already the only supported upgrade to 12.2 would be from a
fully updated, propery setup and smoothly running 12.1, everything else
is a pure roll of the dice…here are the supported/recommended paths:
but to get to a working 12.2 you probably (i say probably because there
is no way to actually know the state of your system now) is to either
reinstate (restore from full system backup) whatever you had prior to
the failed upgrade attempt, and do it over following one of the
recommended ways above…or do a fresh install and then join in
the data you saved off before you began the upgrade…
if you don’t have a secure backup of all data, then now is probably the
time to boot from a live CD and save what you can to an off machine
by the way, you say you went from “11”, i wonder which 11?