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Re: [K12OSN] upgrading k12ltsp



> then installing k12ltsp as usual
> from disks on hda, then hooking back up hdb and pointing home at it in

Just to clarify things, I think what you described here is probably
considered a fresh install more than an upgrade.  Have you backed up
your users to a batch file with webmin?


Peter

On 12/17/05, Carl Keil <carl snarlnet com> wrote:
> Can someone describe a good scheme for upgrading an install of k12ltsp?
> I'm running an FC3 based version right now.  I'd like to upgrade very
> soon to whatever is stable right now.  I have my /home directory on a
> different physical hard drive, but I'm wondering how that helps me now.
> I'm thinking that there must be stuff that gets changed in the /home
> directories for the new version.  How do I update all that stuff while
> retaining the users' home data?
>
> So, what's the procedure here?  I'm thinking of physically unhooking the
> /home directory drive in the computer, then installing k12ltsp as usual
> from disks on hda, then hooking back up hdb and pointing home at it in
> fstab but something tells me this won't work very well.  Not to mention
> losing all the customizations.  What do others do when upgrading?
> Somebody must have a really easy/foolproof set of instructions for this.
>
> Thanks,
>
> ck
>
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