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#1 2018-11-20 23:46:29

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BunsenLabs Roadmap

* BL Helium (the current release) ISOs updated to the latest stable Debian 9.6 update, within a few weeks of this post (or sooner).

Done...

https://www.bunsenlabs.org/installation.html

* BL experimental Lithium repository with packages migrated from Helium for further development and testing, a few weeks from now.

Done...

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=5546

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=5547

* BL Lithium testing ISOs released when Buster starts freezing, so hopefully sometime in January or early February April, 2019. -edit- moving this back so we can let the freeze settle more, and it gives us more time to get our own act together.

* BL Lithium Official ISOs, concurrent with or shortly after the Official Buster release.

-mod note by @hhh- Thanks to Forum member @rbh for the suggestion!

https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic.php?id=5326

Last edited by hhh (2019-02-13 01:11:23)

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#2 2018-11-21 02:28:29

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

Sector11 wrote:
hhh wrote:

* BL Lithium testing ISOs released when Buster starts freezing, so hopefully sometime in January or early February, 2019.

That's what I'm waiting for.  From 8 direc5tly to 10

Not sure if you can go from Jessie to Buster directly (bypassing Stretch).


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#3 2018-11-21 03:41:33

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

^It's not recommended, anyway.


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#4 2018-11-21 03:47:19

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

johnraff wrote:

^It's not recommended, anyway.

Figured that. Going Jessie>Stretch>Buster would be the way to go.


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#5 2018-11-21 03:50:33

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

In fact the cleanest way is to backup all your data, do a fresh install and restore what you need into the new system. It's more work though.


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#6 2018-11-21 17:01:45

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

hhh wrote:
cherkie wrote:

oh good, I was actually wondering how one does upgrade BL. Does the installer overwrite existing /home partition? The way I have installed BL I have done separate / separate swap and separate /home. Is there a way to clean install with preserving existing /home?

Thanks

Anyone feel up to creating a tutorial for this?

no need to specifically creating a tutorial just for me now. It's probably something I could google when the time comes and after a back up - safely tinker with.


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#7 2018-11-21 17:07:34

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

We can put a box on the BL frontpage.

Upcoming milestones / Upcoming releases / Projet schedule or such.

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#8 2018-11-21 17:13:52

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

earlybird wrote:

We can put a box on the BL frontpage.

Upcoming milestones / Upcoming releases / Project schedule or such.

Great! Fixed your typo. smile

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#9 2019-02-13 01:16:36

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Re: BunsenLabs Roadmap

The OP has been updated.

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