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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by grahammechanical View Post
    All this saucy talk has got me all of a dither. Before I knew it I was entering those 3 commands. I just could not help it. I don't know what came over me.
    Saucy makes me think of sauce, which makes me think of food, which makes me hungry. And people do crazy things when they're hungry.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Most of the toolchain now in place I think. glibc and binutils were already at latest versions in raring if I recall, so no need for updates on those.

    Calculating upgrade... Done

    The following NEW packages will be installed

    cpp-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    g++-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    g++-4.8-multilib (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    gcc-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    gcc-4.8-base (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    gcc-4.8-base:i386 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    gcc-4.8-multilib (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    gfortran-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32asan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32atomic1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32gcc-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32stdc++-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libasan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libatomic1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libcloog-isl4 (0.18.0-2)
    libgcc-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libgfortran-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libisl10 (0.11.1-2)
    libmpc3 (1.0.1-1)
    libstdc++-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libtsan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32asan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32atomic1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32gcc-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32stdc++-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu1)

    The following packages will be upgraded:

    base-files (6.12ubuntu2 => 6.12ubuntu3)
    cpp (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    cpp-4.7 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    debootstrap (1.0.46ubuntu1 => 1.0.46ubuntu2)
    distro-info-data (0.13ubuntu0.1 => 0.14)
    g++ (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    g++-4.7 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    g++-4.7-multilib (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    g++-multilib (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    gcc (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    gcc-4.7 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    gcc-4.7-base (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    gcc-4.7-base:i386 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    gcc-4.7-multilib (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    gcc-multilib (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    gfortran (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.8.0-0ubuntu13)
    gfortran-4.7 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    glib-networking (2.36.1-0ubuntu1 => 2.36.1-0ubuntu2)
    glib-networking:i386 (2.36.1-0ubuntu1 => 2.36.1-0ubuntu2)
    glib-networking-common (2.36.1-0ubuntu1 => 2.36.1-0ubuntu2)
    glib-networking-services (2.36.1-0ubuntu1 => 2.36.1-0ubuntu2)
    lib32gcc-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    lib32gcc1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32gomp1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32itm1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32quadmath0 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32stdc++6 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    lib32stdc++6-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    libgcc-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    libgcc1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libgcc1:i386 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libgcj-common (4.7.3-1ubuntu10 => 4.7.3-1ubuntu13)
    libgfortran-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    libgfortran3 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libgomp1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libitm1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libquadmath0 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libstdc++6 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libstdc++6:i386 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libstdc++6-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    libx32gcc-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    libx32gcc1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32gomp1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32itm1 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32quadmath0 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32stdc++6 (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu1)
    libx32stdc++6-4.7-dev (4.7.3-1ubuntu1 => 4.7.3-2ubuntu4)
    rocs (4.10.2-0ubuntu1 => 4.10.2-0ubuntu2)
    vim (7.3.547-6ubuntu5 => 7.3.547-7ubuntu1)
    vim-common (7.3.547-6ubuntu5 => 7.3.547-7ubuntu1)
    vim-doc (7.3.547-6ubuntu5 => 7.3.547-7ubuntu1)
    vim-runtime (7.3.547-6ubuntu5 => 7.3.547-7ubuntu1)
    vim-tiny (7.3.547-6ubuntu5 => 7.3.547-7ubuntu1)
    53 upgraded, 25 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by kansasnoob View Post
    The three "+1's" were because grahammechanical made three great points.

    And I did NOT say, "read your schedule"! I said, "Look at the release notes", which indicates that the toolchain comes up May 2nd followed by, "Look at your calendar", meaning that it's not yet May 2nd.

    But if some of you want to be deluded thinking you're using an early Saucy just knock yourselves out. OTOH I'd ask what you were doing when a few of us were sweating blood testing the final iso images and upgrades?
    Umm... I was testing the final iso images and upgrades, so kindly lay off the holier-than-thou.

    Actually, I must admit, you said "look at the release notes", with no exclamation, admirably. But then you went on to say, and I quote, cut and pasted no less:

    "May 2nd; toolchain uploaded!

    Look at your calendar!"

    My point is in NO way changed or diminished.

    Nobody is deluded, and I think you might consider lightening up just a tad. You are not the only one who puts in long hours of testing, installing, testing, breaking, installing, etc. Some of us have been doing this for a long long time - in my case over 6 years (that's just Ubuntu - I've been using and doing my bit for Linux since 1997, been working with computers professionally since 1982) - and we just naturally become a bit silly and exuberant around launch time. Just let it slide - no harm done.

    Finally, as has been pointed out, interesting stuff often happens before the official calendar dates. Indeed, it's already happening...

    In the immortal words of Mr. Shuttleworth himself:

    "And we’re saucy too – life’s too short to be stodgy or stilted. Our work is our play – we make amazing things for a huge audience, we find space for pretty much every flavour of interface and do it with style.

    Happy release day everyone! Here’s to a super saucy cycle.

    Please, enjoy the moment!
    Last edited by sgage; April 26th, 2013 at 07:43 PM.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Plenty of non toolchain new packages now going into saucy as well

    Builds here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/saucy/+...arch_tag=amd64

    And from the changes list:


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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    This is now my 10th set of updates in the past 12 hours. dist-upgrade is currently pushing me into Kernel 3.9. This should be interesting..

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by craig10x View Post
    sgage...did you get any updates today in your 13.04 install? (the one that isn't converted to 13.10) I think my software updater is working ok...it said that i was up to date after checking...i am just trying to make sure my updater is still working ok after my fail with trying to convert to saucy...my software sources are showing the correct raring stuff on them...
    For Development Builds it is usually recommended that you use the Command Line in Terminal to update your Machine rather than using Software Updater which can also become Unstable once Ubuntu starts Applying Alpha/Beta Updates to it. By the way, my Machine has also received at least 3 different sets of Upgrades today.

    I should also note that I am NOT using my computer's Primary OEM Hard Disk Drive for these Experiments. Instead, I am using a Retail 128 GB Crucial 2.5" M4 SSD (Solid State Drive) for these Experiments.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    The missing extras repositories (failed to get error) stops Software Updater from working and also Software Sources/Software and Updates. But not the terminal and Synaptic. Nor does it stop Software Centre from installing applications. Information for those who are new to this.
    It is a machine. It is more stupid than we are. It will not stop us from doing stupid things.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by grahammechanical View Post
    The missing extras repositories (failed to get error) stops Software Updater from working and also Software Sources/Software and Updates. But not the terminal and Synaptic. Nor does it stop Software Centre from installing applications. Information for those who are new to this.
    I have this sort of endless loop on some installs with synaptic and I can't get back into the repos but it is still grabbing updates.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Does kernel 3.9 gets installed automatically, or do I have to install it manually? I see that 3.9 is available but I still have kernel 3.8 installed. And "linux-generic" package still points to 3.8.
    Last edited by pnarciso; April 26th, 2013 at 09:40 PM.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by pnarciso View Post
    Does kernel 3.9 gets installed automatically, or do I have to install it manually? I see that 3.9 is available but I still have kernel 3.8 installed. And "linux-generic" package still points to 3.8.
    I think you may have to install it manually - kernel 3.x version bumps are treated as new packages, not as upgrades to kernel 3.x-1. That's why you can have different versions.

    I'm not sure about that. I had already installed 3.9 from mainline. When I saw 3.9 available in the repos, I removed 3.9 (that I'd installed), but it didn't offer to install it, so I went ahead and installed it manually. All seems to be functioning nominally...

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