[clug] Ubuntu - feeling UN-updated
vk1pe.peter at gmail.com
Sat May 7 13:15:03 UTC 2022
Ah, I see.
I'll get onto that.
On Sat, 7 May 2022, 23:05 Brett Worth, <brett at worth.id.au> wrote:
> I had to do a do-release-upgrade -d to get mine to upgrade. That was a
> couple of weeks ago. I'm surprised is still needed.
> On Sat, 7 May 2022, 5:35 pm Peter Ellis via linux, <linux at lists.samba.org>
>> Hi, all,
>> Firstly, I am feeling somewhat frustrated about one machine:
>> 1. that will diligently go and seek updates, but NOT see Ubuntu 22.04 LTS
>> "Jammy", and I can't seem to convince it;
>> 2. that *meets* the 22.04 spec (inc RAM);
>> 3. that has an AMD 64bit processor, 4 threads;
>> So, what can I do to get [Ubuntu] Linux to update, please?
>> Secondly, another strategy is to download a new ISO and put it on a USB,
>> and clean-reinstall from that.
>> But, why do that when the system should do it for me?
>> Thirdly, what ISO can I use to be generic? (AMD / Intel / etc)
>> feeling only slightly overwhelmed.
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