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    Cool 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?
    Saucy-Proposed: NOT a good idea, unless you are prepared to replace your computer at your own expense if something goes wrong!
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    Cool Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by serdotlinecho View Post
    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.
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    After this operation, 8,192 B of additional disk space will be used.
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    After that little Reboot Problem followed by a Major Problem with a 100% Full Boot Folder that required a Clean Install of 13.10, I have finally decided to throw the White Flag and leave Saucy-Proposed Disabled! Just FYI.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    I got a Plymouth blip and freeze but just used Ctrl+Alt+F1 and:

    sudo service lightdm restart

    and it came right back up.

    Also , (on this install) I had formatted it with btrfs file format and installed"

    sudo apt-get install apt-btrfs-snapshot

    before I did the upgrade . Whew !! That means I can roll back to the previous state.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    What exactly is Plymoth? I am not all that knowledgeable in Ubuntu Coding Language, as I used to be a 100% Microsoft Windows Computer Nerd, but Windows Me, Windows Vista, and now Windows 8 has changed all that, I now only use Windows 8 when I need to Update my Apple IPhone 5.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by kevpan815 View Post
    What exactly is Plymoth? I am not all that knowledgeable in Ubuntu Coding Language, as I used to be a 100% Microsoft Windows Computer Nerd, but Windows Me, Windows Vista, and now Windows 8 has changed all that, I now only use Windows 8 when I need to Update my Apple IPhone 5.

    That is the load up routine between exiting grub-bootloader and executing lightdm. Rather than have verbose script we get the 'Ubuntu' with the purple screen while the kernel and lighdm (or other) are loading. A 'plymouth freeze' without a verbose error would be equivalent to a kernel panic or lock up.

    I also experiment with Windows 8. Very fast startup and shut down on old machines. Windows 8 took a lot from the gnome-shell model and made it work for them. You can do all with just a mouse and do not need touch on old desktops and laptops. But I am a Unity convert since a while back. I have MS-DOS 1.25 for my old Sanyo MBC 550 (which is now in recycle bin). That's basically where I started.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Yesterday, when I booted up my pc, I had blinking dash (-) and black screen after plymouth, can't load unity greeter. I had to do Alt+Sys Rq+B to reboot. After reboot, unity greeter load just fine. Here's today upgrades:

    Last edited by serdotlinecho; May 3rd, 2013 at 06:20 AM.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Last night, when I shutdown, it didn't shutdown properly but kind like force poweroff and I can hear the hard disk stop spinning. This has happened twice on my machine.

    Code:
    Calculating upgrade... Done
    The following NEW packages will be installed:
       libboost-iostreams1.53.0 (1.53.0-4ubuntu1)
    The following packages will be upgraded:
       appmenu-qt (0.2.7daily13.03.28-0ubuntu1 => 0.2.7daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       appmenu-qt5 (0.2.7daily13.03.28-0ubuntu1 => 0.2.7daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       aptitude (0.6.8.1-2ubuntu2 => 0.6.8.1-2ubuntu3)
       aptitude-common (0.6.8.1-2ubuntu2 => 0.6.8.1-2ubuntu3)
       bamfdaemon (0.4.0daily13.04.03-0ubuntu1 => 0.4.0daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       bc (1.06.95-4ubuntu1 => 1.06.95-6)
       cpp-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       dc (1.06.95-4ubuntu1 => 1.06.95-6)
       devscripts (2.13.1 => 2.13.1build1)
       g++-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       gcc-4.8 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       gcc-4.8-base (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       gir1.2-appindicator3-0.1 (12.10.1daily13.04.15-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.1daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       gir1.2-messagingmenu-1.0 (12.10.6daily13.04.09-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.6daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad (1.0.6-1ubuntu1 => 1.0.7-1ubuntu1)
       gstreamer1.0-plugins-good (1.0.6-1ubuntu1 => 1.0.7-1ubuntu1)
       gstreamer1.0-pulseaudio (1.0.6-1ubuntu1 => 1.0.7-1ubuntu1)
       indicator-datetime (12.10.3daily13.03.26-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.3daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       indicator-messages (12.10.6daily13.04.09-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.6daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       indicator-session (12.10.5daily13.03.08-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.5daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       indicator-sound (12.10.2daily13.04.12-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.2daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libappindicator1 (12.10.1daily13.04.15-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.1daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libappindicator3-1 (12.10.1daily13.04.15-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.1daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libasan0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libatomic1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libbamf3-1 (0.4.0daily13.04.03-0ubuntu1 => 0.4.0daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libdbusmenu-qt2 (0.9.2daily13.03.28-0ubuntu1 => 0.9.2daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libdbusmenu-qt5 (0.9.2daily13.03.28-0ubuntu1 => 0.9.2daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libdrm-intel1 (2.4.43-0ubuntu1 => 2.4.44-0ubuntu1)
       libdrm-nouveau2 (2.4.43-0ubuntu1 => 2.4.44-0ubuntu1)
       libdrm-radeon1 (2.4.43-0ubuntu1 => 2.4.44-0ubuntu1)
       libdrm2 (2.4.43-0ubuntu1 => 2.4.44-0ubuntu1)
       libgcc-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libgcc1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libgomp1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libgstreamer-plugins-bad1.0-0 (1.0.6-1ubuntu1 => 1.0.7-1ubuntu1)
       libgstreamer-plugins-good1.0-0 (1.0.6-1ubuntu1 => 1.0.7-1ubuntu1)
       libindicator3-7 (12.10.2daily13.04.10-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.2daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libindicator7 (12.10.2daily13.04.10-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.2daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libitm1 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libmessaging-menu0 (12.10.6daily13.04.09-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.6daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       libquadmath0 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libsqlite3-0 (3.7.15.2-1ubuntu1 => 3.7.16.2-1ubuntu1)
       libssh-4 (0.5.3-1ubuntu1 => 0.5.4-1)
       libstdc++-4.8-dev (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libstdc++6 (4.8.0-4ubuntu3 => 4.8.0-4ubuntu4)
       libtelepathy-logger3 (0.8.0-0ubuntu1 => 0.8.0-1)
       libvisio-0.0-0 (0.0.25-1 => 0.0.26-2)
       libwpd-0.9-9 (0.9.6-2 => 0.9.7-1)
       python-appindicator (12.10.1daily13.04.15-0ubuntu1 => 12.10.1daily13.05.02-0ubuntu1)
       python3-pyatspi (2.7.91+dfsg-0ubuntu1 => 2.8.0+dfsg-1)
       telepathy-gabble (0.16.5-0ubuntu1 => 0.16.5-1)
       telepathy-logger (0.8.0-0ubuntu1 => 0.8.0-1)
       upstart (1.8-0ubuntu1 => 1.8-0ubuntu2)
    54 upgraded, 1 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
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    After this operation, 14.3 kB of additional disk space will be used.
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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    @serdotlinecho, do you have the proposed repositories enabled, as the developers don't recommend it. Packages are moved to the proposed repositories, while waiting for dependencies to build, so things may not work as expected.

    I have just been doing regular updates twice a day without the proposed repositories enabled, and neither system running Saucy has shutdown problems.

    On my netbook running Ubuntu Gnome, I thought I had a problem with suspend after installing a different wireless driver than I normally use, but I was jus being impatient , it suspended when I closed the lid, as it should.

    This early in the development cycle, we shouldn't be running into these types of problems yet as we are still closer to Raring, than Saucy.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    @serdotlinecho, I had the same problem a few days a go but after the many updates I'm good to go. My computer is Intel based across the board.

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    Re: how to change repos to Saucy

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    @serdotlinecho, do you have the proposed repositories enabled, as the developers don't recommend it. Packages are moved to the proposed repositories, while waiting for dependencies to build, so things may not work as expected.

    I have just been doing regular updates twice a day without the proposed repositories enabled, and neither system running Saucy has shutdown problems.

    On my netbook running Ubuntu Gnome, I thought I had a problem with suspend after installing a different wireless driver than I normally use, but I was jus being impatient , it suspended when I closed the lid, as it should.

    This early in the development cycle, we shouldn't be running into these types of problems yet as we are still closer to Raring, than Saucy.
    I believe this translates to saucy as well

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.p...updates+raring

    Unlike the stable releases( where packages in proposed can sit for weeks sometimes, getting heavy tested), the developers are taking a different approach and using the proposed as a quasi-staging area.
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