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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    3.9 works pretty well for my hardware

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by Elfy View Post
    Not seeing it here, or at least not an hour or so ago.

    Not sure what's going on.
    Well that took it's time...

    Linux hob-smaug 3.9.0-0-generic #3-Ubuntu SMP Mon Apr 29 23:13:07 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

    working fine here.

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    Thumbs down Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Ouch - that last kernel upgrade has messed my video, no WiFi and extremely slow response. Back to 3.8 kernel for a while....

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    I am new to running the development branch and was wondering if it was typical to accept the pre-released updates; in this case, saucy-proposed?

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by infectedorganism View Post
    I am new to running the development branch and was wondering if it was typical to accept the pre-released updates; in this case, saucy-proposed?
    as you says "i am new" then its quite scary for you to enable "proposed" repo if you fail into trouble; better to set it off and only wait for these packages landing into "main" repo (likely a few days only), and get a safer/stable system.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by dino99 View Post
    as you says "i am new" then its quite scary for you to enable "proposed" repo if you fail into trouble; better to set it off and only wait for these packages landing into "main" repo (likely a few days only), and get a safer/stable system.
    Indeed. While I am not afraid to run into some problems, I will heed your advice and leave the "proposed" repo disabled. Thanks.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    saucy-proposed enabled.

    Code:
    The following NEW packages will be installed:   
    libpackagekit-glib2-16 (0.8.7-2ubuntu1)
    The following packages will be upgraded:
       acpi-support (0.141 => 0.142)
       apport (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       apport-gtk (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       bsdmainutils (9.0.4ubuntu3 => 9.0.4ubuntu4)
       colord (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       cups-browsed (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       cups-filters (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       freerdp-x11 (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       gir1.2-gudev-1.0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       gir1.2-packagekitglib-1.0 (0.7.6-3ubuntu1 => 0.8.7-2ubuntu1)
       hdparm (9.43-1ubuntu1 => 9.43-1ubuntu2)
       libboost-date-time1.53.0 (1.53.0-3ubuntu1 => 1.53.0-4ubuntu1)
       libclucene-contribs1 (2.3.3.4-2 => 2.3.3.4-2build1)
       libclucene-core1 (2.3.3.4-2 => 2.3.3.4-2build1)
       libcolord1 (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       libcolorhug1 (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       libcupsfilters1 (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       libfontembed1 (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       libfreerdp-plugins-standard (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       libfreerdp1 (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       libgudev-1.0-0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libpam-systemd (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libsystemd-daemon0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libsystemd-login0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libudev1 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       lintian (2.5.11ubuntu13 => 2.5.11ubuntu14)
       linux-headers-3.9.0-0 (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-headers-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-image-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-image-extra-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-libc-dev (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       python-apt (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python-apt-common (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python3-apport (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       python3-apt (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python3-distupgrade (0.193 => 0.194)
       python3-problem-report (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       systemd-services (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       ubuntu-release-upgrader-core (0.193 => 0.194)
       udev (175-0ubuntu26 => 175-0ubuntu27)
       update-notifier-common (0.134 => 0.135)
    41 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
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    After this operation, 418 kB of additional disk space will be used.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by serdotlinecho View Post
    saucy-proposed enabled.

    Code:
    The following NEW packages will be installed:   
    libpackagekit-glib2-16 (0.8.7-2ubuntu1)
    The following packages will be upgraded:
       acpi-support (0.141 => 0.142)
       apport (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       apport-gtk (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       bsdmainutils (9.0.4ubuntu3 => 9.0.4ubuntu4)
       colord (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       cups-browsed (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       cups-filters (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       freerdp-x11 (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       gir1.2-gudev-1.0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       gir1.2-packagekitglib-1.0 (0.7.6-3ubuntu1 => 0.8.7-2ubuntu1)
       hdparm (9.43-1ubuntu1 => 9.43-1ubuntu2)
       libboost-date-time1.53.0 (1.53.0-3ubuntu1 => 1.53.0-4ubuntu1)
       libclucene-contribs1 (2.3.3.4-2 => 2.3.3.4-2build1)
       libclucene-core1 (2.3.3.4-2 => 2.3.3.4-2build1)
       libcolord1 (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       libcolorhug1 (0.1.30-0ubuntu3 => 0.1.31-1)
       libcupsfilters1 (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       libfontembed1 (1.0.34-0ubuntu1 => 1.0.34-0ubuntu2)
       libfreerdp-plugins-standard (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       libfreerdp1 (1.0.1-2ubuntu1 => 1.0.2-1ubuntu1)
       libgudev-1.0-0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libpam-systemd (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libsystemd-daemon0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libsystemd-login0 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       libudev1 (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       lintian (2.5.11ubuntu13 => 2.5.11ubuntu14)
       linux-headers-3.9.0-0 (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-headers-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-image-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-image-extra-3.9.0-0-generic (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       linux-libc-dev (3.9.0-0.2 => 3.9.0-0.3)
       python-apt (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python-apt-common (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python3-apport (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       python3-apt (0.8.8ubuntu6 => 0.8.8.2ubuntu1)
       python3-distupgrade (0.193 => 0.194)
       python3-problem-report (2.9.2-0ubuntu8 => 2.10-0ubuntu1)
       systemd-services (198-0ubuntu12 => 202-0ubuntu3)
       ubuntu-release-upgrader-core (0.193 => 0.194)
       udev (175-0ubuntu26 => 175-0ubuntu27)
       update-notifier-common (0.134 => 0.135)
    41 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    Need to get 62.4 MB/62.4 MB of archives.
    After this operation, 418 kB of additional disk space will be used.
    Do you want to continue [Y/n]? Y

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    For those of you who have NOT noticed: It's still only May 1st (at least here in the United States of America) and already several Updates have already been Pushed Though on Saucy Main that are NOT being Pushed Through on Raring Main. I think that the Tool-Chain actually Started going up on Early Monday Morning (Chicago Time). It never hurts to at least try out those 3 commands!
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by ventrical View Post
    It's really 'rolling' along nicely
    Code:
    The following packages will be upgraded:   
       cpp-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       g++-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       gcc-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       gcc-4.8-base (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       gir1.2-gudev-1.0 (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       gir1.2-soup-2.4 (2.40.3-0ubuntu1 => 2.42.0-1)
       gnome-screensaver (3.6.1-0ubuntu4 => 3.6.1-0ubuntu5)
       libasan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libatomic1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libgcc-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libgcc1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libgomp1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libgudev-1.0-0 (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       libharfbuzz0 (0.9.13-1 => 0.9.16-1)
       libitm1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libpam-systemd (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       libpolkit-agent-1-0 (0.105-1ubuntu3 => 0.105-3ubuntu1)
       libpolkit-backend-1-0 (0.105-1ubuntu3 => 0.105-3ubuntu1)
       libpolkit-gobject-1-0 (0.105-1ubuntu3 => 0.105-3ubuntu1)
       libquadmath0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libsoup-gnome2.4-1 (2.40.3-0ubuntu1 => 2.42.0-1)
       libsoup2.4-1 (2.40.3-0ubuntu1 => 2.42.0-1)
       libstdc++-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libstdc++6 (4.8.0-4ubuntu2 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu3)
       libsystemd-daemon0 (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       libsystemd-login0 (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       libudev1 (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       policykit-1 (0.105-1ubuntu3 => 0.105-3ubuntu1)
       python-gi (3.8.0-2 => 3.9.1-0ubuntu1)
       python-gi-cairo (3.8.0-2 => 3.9.1-0ubuntu1)
       python-gobject (3.8.0-2 => 3.9.1-0ubuntu1)
       python3-gi (3.8.0-2 => 3.9.1-0ubuntu1)
       python3-gi-cairo (3.8.0-2 => 3.9.1-0ubuntu1)
       systemd-services (202-0ubuntu3 => 202-0ubuntu4)
       telepathy-idle (0.1.15-1 => 0.1.16-1)
    35 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
    Need to get 27.5 MB of archives.
    After this operation, 8,192 B of additional disk space will be used.
    Do you want to continue [Y/n]? Y

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