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How to upgrade Salix from 13 to 13.1
Question: How to upgrade SalixOS from 13 to 13.1 version?
First as root, open /etc/slackpkg/mirrors. Uncomment one mirror if you haven’t already. Change the directory it is supposed to look in from slackware-13.0 to slackware-13.1.
Now open terminal and type the following commands:
slackpkg upgrade all
If you have some extra packages installed, there are instructions on the man slackpkg page. You should use that anyhow. Slackpkg clean
will remove extra packages.
Upgrade from Salix 13 to 13.1
For i486 architecture
or x86_64 architecture
save and exit
Now make the change actif with
upghrade the glibc first with
slapt-get -i glibc
start upgrading yoiur Linux with
that will take some time to be finished
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