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May 2010

LucidUpgrades/Kubuntu - Community Ubuntu Documentation

Ubuntu Documentation > Community Documentation > LucidUpgradesKubuntu * LucidUpgrades * Kubuntu For general information or to download a CD see the Kubuntu 10.04 LTS Release Announcement Kubuntu 9.10 to 10.04 LTS Upgrade Upgrade to 10.04 LTS over the Internet: 1) You will be notified in the system tray. Click the icon to start the upgrade

October 2009

Updating and Upgrading | Ubuntu Screencasts

Updating and Upgrading Submitted by Alan Pope on Wed, 2007-09-26 16:24. * MoS2007 In this screencast we look at updating the system with packages from Ubuntu repositories and upgrading systems from one release to another. We show:- * Using Software Properties/Sources to identify repositories in use * Updating packages on an Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Dapper) system * Upgrading from Ubuntu 6.06 LTS (Dapper) to 6.10 (Edgy) using Update Manager * Upgrading from Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty) to 7.10 (Gutsy) NOTE: Gutsy is currently under development so this is not recommended for production systems. * Updating packages on an Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy) system

September 2009

How to upgrade to KDE 4.3.1 | Silicon Gadget

How to upgrade to KDE 4.3.1 This is a very short and very narrowed guide, but I am sure some of you may still find it very interesting. Today we are going to upgrade KDE to the new version 4.3.1 on Kubuntu. KDE 4.3.1 has been released yesterday and it is a Service Release of the 4.3 series that brings many bug fixes, performance improvements and translation updates. For stability reasons the Kubuntu standard repositories do not offer the update, so you have to add a third party repository.

June 2009

9.04 Release Notes | Ubuntu

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System Requirements The minimum memory requirement for Ubuntu 9.04 is 256 MB of memory. Note that some of your system's memory may be unavailable due to being used by the graphics card. If your computer has only the minimum amount of memory, the installation process will take longer than normal, but will complete successfully, and the system will perform adequately once installed. Systems with less memory may be able to select "Install Ubuntu" from the boot menu to run just the installer, rather than the whole desktop, or may be able to use the alternate install CD.

October 2007

Upgrading your existing Ubuntu installation | Ubuntu

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Upgrading using the alternate CD/DVD Use this method if the system being upgraded is not connected to the Internet. 1. Download and burn the alternate installation CD. 2. Insert it into your CD-ROM drive. 3. A dialog will be displayed offering you the opportunity to upgrade using that CD. 4. Follow the on-screen instructions. If the upgrade dialog is not displayed for any reason, you may also run the following command using Alt F2: gksu "sh /cdrom/cdromupgrade" Or in Kubuntu run the following command using Alt F2: kdesu "sh /cdrom/cdromupgrade"