C Hamel wrote:
> On Tuesday 21 February 2006 09:53, Derek Broughton wrote:
> Thanks for clearing that up. :-) Perhaps that is what transpired. Fact
> is, I forgot to delete the backports,
I thought as much.
> which doubtless means I'd have to perform 'apt-get update'.
> (Getting used to a new distro is amazingly
> frustrating, at
> times. I used Gentoo for better than a year, prior. I finally gave up on
> because it, like SuSE, et. al., all had b0rked apps, post-update.)
> I used the wizard to upgrade, and when I finished some apps were broken.
> though a new version, ceased to write DVD+RWs/CD-Rs.
_that_ was likely a result of kernel changes. It bit everybody around
2.6.8, then after you figured out how to fix that they reverted to the old
system around 2.6.12
Some broken apps after upgrade is possible - though if you stick to the
current stable version (ie, breezy for now) of Ubuntu, that shouldn't
happen. It was the idea that adept would completely mess up KDE that
didn't sound right.
To keep your system stable, you should have: breezy, breezy-security (for
security updates) and breezy-updates (for other bug fixes) in your
sources.list. Anything else is suspect.
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