Upgrade in Ubuntu GNOME Desktop amd64 in Utopic Daily (archived)

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To execute this test, a pre-existing Ubuntu (or derivative) installation is needed

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Install all updates available for the release you want to upgrade by running update-manager. Click Check if any update is available, and click Install to install them
Ensure Ubuntu GNOME is looking from all new versions by running 'Software & Updates'. Select the updates tab, and make sure the 'Notify me of a new Ubuntu GNOME version' option has the 'For any new version' selection
Run update-manager -d -c from a terminal
Click the upgrade version button
Watch it upgrade, noting any errors
Reboot into your new system:
  • Were any errors encountered during the upgrade?
  • Were any errors encountered after rebooting to new desktop?
  • Does your hardware still work properly?
  • Are you experiencing any application or background service crashes?
Open a terminal and enter the command grep Prompt= /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades
For a normal to normalupgrade, terminal will show Prompt=normal
For a normal to LTS upgrade, terminal will show Prompt=lts
For a LTS to normal upgrade, terminal will show Prompt=normal
For a LTS to LTS upgrade, terminal will show Prompt=lts
Open a terminal and enter the command lsb_release -r
Terminal will show the upgraded version

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Passeddanikpastushchak902014-10-23 00:36

Upgrade from a production build of Ubuntu Gnome 14.04 to Ubuntu Gnome 14.10 went very well and no issues to report.

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Passeddanikpastushchak902014-10-22 22:23

Test upgrade with

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo update-manager -d -c

Update completed successfully without issue. All stock applications and several third party applications worked without issue. Chrome does spawn an error message upon launching however the application functions without issue. Will send separate bug report as I do not believe this is an issue with the update.

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Passedlbsolost2014-10-22 18:12Link to the testcase revision
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