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Ubunt Edgy Eft out tomorrow (26th)- How to prepare for and execute your upgrade

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Ubuntu’s Edgy Eft (6.10) is out tomorrow, provided no last minute changes to the release schedule.

If you’re planning to upgrade from 6.06 to 6.10, then here are a few steps you may want to take before you preform the upgrade.

* Back up any important files - documents, music, photos, etc. This can’t be stressed enough! If you can’t live without it then make a copy of it somewhere else so if your upgrade goes sour you can get it back.
* Consider backing up your entire system. Is it more of a hassle to restore it or just do a fresh install? If you chose to back it up, here’s some tips on backing up your Ubuntu system.
* Definately back up your xorg.conf file

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Upgrade Ubuntu Dapper to Ubuntu Edgy Eft

Today we have got a new ubuntu release Ubuntu 6.10 .The common name given to this release from the time of its early development was “Edgy Eft”.

Now we will see how to upgrade your Ubuntu Dapper to Edgy

First thing i would suggest is backup all your important data and start upgrade process and you can use any one of the method to udgrade to ubuntu edgy eft.

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Howto Upgrade Ubuntu Dapper to Edgy Eft

If you already have Ubuntu Dapper 6.06 LTS installed, and you’re kinda lazy to perfom a fresh installation of Ubuntu Edgy Eft, you can perform distribution upgrade from your Dapper Drake installations to Edgy Eft.

Here’s a quick way to do it : Full Tip.

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Upgrading Ubuntu Server 6.06 to 6.10 (Edgy)

On October 26, the Ubuntu team released a new version of Ubuntu, 6.10 (aka Edgy). I waited a couple of days for them to work out any last minute bugs, and decided to proceed with the upgrade today.

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