[gobolinux-users] upgrade 012 to 013
geromao at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 15:13:55 UTC 2006
First as "gobo", you need to backup your settings and variables:
apack Settings.tar.bz2 /Programs/*/Settings `find /System/Settings -type f`
apack Variable.tar.bz2 /Programs/*/Variable
Save a list of your programs and versions:
ls /Programs/*/* -d|grep -v Current|sort -n > ProgramsVersion.txt
ls /Programs/*/Current -dl |sort -n > ProgramsCurrent.txt
Then you can safety move all of your root (/) directories, as Lucas say,
to /Backup and delete /Backup/Programs, /Backup/S/L/Variables/tmp,
lot of things from your /Files/Compile and others unused things.
A good thing too is burn /Program in a DVD.
On 11/14/06, Greg <info at welraeds.be> wrote:
> This solution is not acceptable for me. Two reasons for this: ,mv *
> Backup will loose all the ownership on my users files.
> Furthermore, I do not have sufficient disk space to copy everything on a
> separate partition or directory.
> Isn't there any other solution?
> Lucas C. Villa Real wrote:
> > On 11/13/06, Jonas Karlsson <jonka750 at student.liu.se> wrote:
> >> UpgradeSystem isn't what you're looking for. I'm not at my system
> >> right now so I can't check, but I think it was used to upgrade between
> >> 010 and 011 or similar. There's no script to do a system upgrade from
> >> 012 to 013, but otoh it can be used only using normal GoboLinux
> >> scripts, like Compile and InstallPackage. I'm still on 012 and haven't
> >> tried to upgrade yet (haven't had the time) so I don't know what has
> >> to be done to get a complete 013 system. Perhaps someone else could
> >> tell?
> > I've done my upgrade in another way at home. Booted with the LiveCD,
> > mounted my target partition and moved everything from the root
> > filesystem into a directory called 'Backup' (cd /Mount/GoboLinux;
> > mkdir Backup; mv * Backup).
> > After unmounting the partition, started the Installer, making sure
> > that the 'format partition' checkbox was NOT selected. After the
> > system's installation was complete, it was just a matter of slowly
> > moving ancient packages to /Programs and doing a SymlinkProgram.
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