[Grml] Re: mixing of distributions grml - unstable - testing - sarge for notebook

Michael Prokop mika at grml.org
Tue Oct 31 22:15:10 CET 2006

* Erich Minderlein <erminderlein at locoware.de> [20061031 18:15]:

> Thank you for the advice
> I have decided to keep to "grml", so from now the installation will
> become cleaner and cleaner.

> What when 0.9 is in the pipeline and comes out?

| Just run 'aptitude update ; aptitude install grml' to update the
| core grml packages. As usual run 'aptitude update ; aptitude
| dist-upgrade' to upgrade your whole grml/Debian system.

  -- http://wiki.grml.org/doku.php?id=upgrading

So just handle it like a plain Debian system. The virtual package
grml makes sure you get all relevant grml packages up2date.

By default NEWS.Debian¹ is displayed when upgrading the grml package
and you will be noticed about the most important changes. A more
verbose version is available through the release announcement (as
usual on http://grml.org/files/ and linked on several places as soon
as a new stable release is available).

Notice: Upgrading the grml-package does *not* automatically upgrade
the kernel so you can decide yourselve whether you want to upgrade
it or not.

¹ /usr/share/doc/grml/NEWS.Debian.gz

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