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  1. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    The point I was trying to convey is, It's getting better but still leaves a certain amount of old ".conf" behind and few others.

    Clean Install is just that, "squeaky clean" no cob webs left to...
  2. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    It still leaves a few things as cruft ie:

    sudo apt autoremove --purge
    [sudo] password for me:
    REMOVING:
    libatm1t64* libpthread-stubs0-dev* libunibreak5* ...
  3. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    Nice Catch ajgreeny, that is hitting it right on the head. I need to slow down a bit and include important details.

    My grumpy old man syndrome is compulsive at times....:lolflag:
  4. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    +1 Me as well , and also a clean install on a different drive.
  5. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    +1



    Upgrade - Worked Flawlessly.
    1 9.09%

    Upgrade - Worked but had a few things to fix, nothing serious though..
    2 18.18%
  6. Sticky:Poll: Re: Share with us your Noble Numbat installation/Upgrade Experience

    Xubuntu here, on zfs-root, clean install. Installer would crash over and over, until I zapped the Drive with No Format chosen.
    After that install worked, lacking manual partitioning as said by...
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