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= This is for testing only, ***it could break your system*** =
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Upgrade Your KDE neon install to Bionic rebase
  
Upgrade Your KDE neon install to Bionic, Testing now Open
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Due to the nature of software distribution on Linux, upgrade scenarios are hugely complicated. We have automated QA measures in place to ensure ''our'' software upgrades correctly. Any piece of non-KDE software can cause the upgrade to fail without us being able to do much about it though. So, if you have lots of non-KDE software installed, especially from third party PPAs, you should be ready to have the upgrade go wrong and potentially end up with a broken system. We suggest that you do a clean installation [https://neon.kde.org/download using the ISOs] and restore your data from a back up, if that happens. Using third party software as AppImages, Flatpaks or Snaps largely eliminates this problem; something to keep in mind for the future.
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Make sure that you have your important data backed up before attempting an upgrade!
  
* Please add results to [[Neon/BionicUpgrades/Testing]] results page
 
 
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1) Update your system using Plasma Discover<br>
 
1) Update your system using Plasma Discover<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-1.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-1.png.png]]
  
2) Edit /etc/update-manager/meta-release e.g. with <code>sudo nano /etc/update-manager/meta-release</code> and edit <code>releases.neon.kde.org</code> to be <code>metadata.neon.kde.org/changelogs/</code><br>
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2) Log out and log back in again<br>
[[File:Bionic-a.png]]
 
 
 
3) Log out and log back in again<br>
 
 
[[File:Bionic-4.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-4.png.png]]
  
4) You will be notified of a new release<br>
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3) You will be notified of a new release<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-5.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-5.png.png]]
  
5) Review the release notes from Ubuntu<br>
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4) Review the release notes from Ubuntu<br>
[[File:Bionic-6.png.png]]
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[[File:Bionic-release-notes.png]]
  
6) Upgrader will run<br>
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5) Upgrader will run<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-7.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-7.png.png]]
  
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[[File:Third-party-sources.png]]
 
[[File:Third-party-sources.png]]
  
7) You now get to choose to start the upgrade<br>
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6) You now get to choose to start the upgrade<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-8.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-8.png.png]]
  
8) Have a cup of tea while it downloads and installs the upgrade<br>
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7) Have a cup of tea while it downloads and installs the upgrade<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-9.png.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-9.png.png]]
  
9) Click <code>Remove</code> to remove obsolete packages<br>
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8) Click <code>Remove</code> to remove obsolete packages<br>
 
[[File:Bionic-10.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-10.png]]
  
10) Click <code>Restart Now</code><br>
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9) Click <code>Restart Now</code><br>
 
[[File:Bionic-11.png]]
 
[[File:Bionic-11.png]]
  
11) Welcome to your updated KDE neon running on Bionic<br>
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10) Welcome to your updated KDE neon running on Bionic<br>
 
[[File:bionic-final.png]]
 
[[File:bionic-final.png]]

Latest revision as of 08:52, 27 September 2018

Upgrade Your KDE neon install to Bionic rebase

Due to the nature of software distribution on Linux, upgrade scenarios are hugely complicated. We have automated QA measures in place to ensure our software upgrades correctly. Any piece of non-KDE software can cause the upgrade to fail without us being able to do much about it though. So, if you have lots of non-KDE software installed, especially from third party PPAs, you should be ready to have the upgrade go wrong and potentially end up with a broken system. We suggest that you do a clean installation using the ISOs and restore your data from a back up, if that happens. Using third party software as AppImages, Flatpaks or Snaps largely eliminates this problem; something to keep in mind for the future.

Make sure that you have your important data backed up before attempting an upgrade!


1) Update your system using Plasma Discover
Bionic-1.png.png

2) Log out and log back in again
Bionic-4.png.png

3) You will be notified of a new release
Bionic-5.png.png

4) Review the release notes from Ubuntu
Bionic-release-notes.png

5) Upgrader will run
Bionic-7.png.png

If you have any additional repositories enabled you will get a message similar to this. Click close and you can re-enable the repositories after the upgrade if needed
Third-party-sources.png

6) You now get to choose to start the upgrade
Bionic-8.png.png

7) Have a cup of tea while it downloads and installs the upgrade
Bionic-9.png.png

8) Click Remove to remove obsolete packages
Bionic-10.png

9) Click Restart Now
Bionic-11.png

10) Welcome to your updated KDE neon running on Bionic
Bionic-final.png


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