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  Ubuntu 10.04 to Ubuntu 10.10 Upgrade
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat release soon, it is estimated there are some enthusiasts have been unable to bear ahead of trial. But I always suggest that you and other official version came out in the trial, but we will provide an example of how our existing Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Upgrade to Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat steps for novices, so that we can familiarize ourselves in advance.
The first step: first press in the state of the desktop on the keyboard "Alt - F2", will pop up the Run Command dialog, type the following command in the dialog box, and then click the "Run" button to run the update manager:

update-manager -d

Step two: see a new release of Ubuntu 10.10 is available, click the "Check" button to check that an update is available, if an update is available, then install the update them.

The third step: after all updates are installed, we could click on Update Manager in the "Upgrade" button to start the upgrade system.

Step four: then pop up "Upgrade Release Notes", we should all know a lot of those aspects of this version upgrade from other places, so we can click on the "Upgrade" button, and continue our upgrade process.


Step five: If you include a third party in your source list source will pop up a prompt dialog box prompting you they will be disabled before upgrading. Click the "Close" button to close the prompt to continue our upgrade steps.

Step Six: Click the "Start Upgrade" button to continue upgrading the remaining steps.


Step Seven: Wait for Ubuntu and download the files required for the upgrade to complete the upgrade step from running.

Step Eight: When there are tips on how we deal with have already installed an older version of the package, we choose the "Delete" these older packages.

Step 9: wait for it to finish removing the old package after all the upgrade work is complete. Now we just point under "Restart Now" button to restart about our system, the entire upgrade process is all done.

Enter the following command in the terminal can view the current version number of the system. Enjoy the new version brings new features now! cat / etc / lsb-release
     
         
         
         
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