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super-cute Tux Wallpapers
First of all it worked ok!
I did not have enough free space on '/' (root) to complete it at once so it aborted twice for me ..
If it does that: don't panic .. in the terminal (as root) run dpkg --configure -a (which will finish setup of all the already installed packages -- which will clear up more space again. (running 'sync' is always good as it can give u even more space :D
after that just re-start apt-get dist-upgrade ;) -- rinse and repeat until done :d
one thing that caused me trouble for quite a while: All communications logs,.. not working (ie no Call history, message history, .. -- also new messages are maybe displayed if you click on the notification, but if it's more than one it won'T work properly and you will loose sms/im/.. data
This was caused by me getting a SMS when the upgrad eof the comms app was running -> messed it up .. restoring backup failed again due to the same SMS getting delivered again (the last sms seems to get stuck somewhere in the system -- /var/spool/...)
The solution was simple:
1) Put phone in offline mode
2) restore a backup which you should've done before even starting to attempt an upgrade like this
3) put phone in online mode again
---> works again :D
just wanted to upgrade only to notice it wants to download like 111MB and of course there ain'T enough space on /var/cache/apt/archives .. (it says that when you run apt-get dist-upgrade as root from the command line)
Warning: no guarantee this works / does not break anything / delete your data,..
!!!I found that putting archives on the sd card is a bad idea since it seems to unmount that in the process -- recovery was possible for me but i don'T suggest it as it can be a bit tricky
!!! Warning: Make sure to have enough discspace on '/' -- i had around 20MB and it was not enough for installing all at once (i had to do dpkg --configure -a ; apt-get dist-upgrade -f afterwards !!!
since i don'T want to use the cable to upgrade and possibly have to re-install stuff and re-copy data I just went and did the following:
# as root on the command line:
mv archives archives_
# next 2 lines only if you want to clear out some space on '/'
# do a sync to get a bit more free space
# in my case i put the archives on my sd card so next is the following (adapt path if you don'T have a sd card ..
cp -r archives_ /opt/archives
mount -o bind /opt/archives archives
Just remembered today, that I nearly forgot to blog about my beagle setup on a file server with web-frontend and headless config.
Still got problems with newest catalyst on my laptop ...
I'll attach the logs here since the great support page doesn't let me paste that much text ...
start X, run program (emacs, gnome,... ) -> crash
(for some reason WoW works through wine wiht some - quite severe- display errors)