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Thread: 14.04 upgrade

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    14.04 upgrade

    I am using 13.10 and there is no upgrade dialog box still after i did software updater..........and apt-get dist-upgrade..........
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    Now use this command sudo update-manager -d
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    First
    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    Then do as david98 posted.

    Then run this to ensure there are no broken packages
    Code:
    sudo apt-get -f install

    reboot and see if Trusty is reflected with the command :
    Code:
    lsb_release -a
    Last edited by su:bhatta; April 18th, 2014 at 07:37 PM.
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    sir,the above command says no modules available.
    Is the 14.04 a development release i.e not for production machines,so i can wait for some time before installing it on my system.
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    which command says no module available, please give that detail.

    14.04 has been released on April 17th, 2014.
    You can download a iso and do a fresh install.
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    Yes, it always does for me too (in all versions). But it should also say

    Code:
    Distributor ID:    Ubuntu
    Description:    Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
    Release:    14.04
    Codename:    trusty
    Did you forget the option -a ?

    Code:
    lsb_release -a
    Also, I suggest that you also run the following commands to make sure everything is up to date

    Code:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
    and do some cleaning

    Code:
    sudo apt-get autoremove
    sudo apt-get autoclean
    sudo apt-get clean
    See
    Code:
    man apt-get
    for explanations

    Edit: And remember to reboot the computer

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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    lsb_release -a gives no modules are available and is it advisable to freshly install ubuntu 14.04,or should i wait for a bug free or developed version.....???
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    If the system is running, I suggest that you run those apt-get commands and tell us what happens (what output you get from them). Do not panic now, it is quite possible that the upgrade to 14.04 LTS is good or almost good.

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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    After all the efforts,it is showing that a update is available,but 14.04 is a development release(not for production sysytems),would i proceed or not????

    I don't want my os to be unstable.
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    Re: 14.04 upgrade

    Did you run the commands suggested by david98 and su:bhatta. In that case you should no longer have 13.10.

    Did you get any strange output, that would make you think something is wrong?

    Does your system boot to something that works reasonably well? You cannot judge the result without rebooting.

    The output 'No LSB modules are available' does not mean anything is wrong. It is normal. su:bhatta was only interested in the rest of the output (that should indicate 14.04).

    What about the output of this command:

    Code:
    uname -a

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