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Old 20th April 2012, 12:05
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Default Upgrade Ubuntu 10.4 LTS to 12.4 LTS -> any/known isconfig 3 issues?

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has anyone here already upgraded from Ubuntu 10.4 LTS (with ispconfig 3 installed) to Ubuntu 12.4 LTS (Beta 2 right now)? What is your expierience? Does everything still work?

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Old 20th April 2012, 14:31
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Not yet, but I will

Beta versions? no thanks (Stable release 26.4.12)

I will post here any issue
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Old 20th April 2012, 14:46
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Beta versions? no thanks (Stable release 26.4.12)
What major changes do you expect in the next 6 days?
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Old 20th April 2012, 16:00
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What major changes do you expect in the next 6 days?
Ask in ubuntu, not to me.

I'm just waiting for the stable release, is there a problem with this terrible decision?
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Old 20th April 2012, 16:01
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Either change already to 12.04 or wait another 3-4 months... jumping in on the release date won't be much different from today... however waiting 3-4 months while a large body has installed it really does make a difference.
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Old 21st April 2012, 15:36
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Ok, thanks for your replies.

I just tried it and upgraded. What i can tell so far is that everything in ISPconfig (still) works as expected, however, i did not test everything thoroughly.
This was my first Ubuntu OS-Upgrade (was using SuSE for ages), and I'm impressed by the upgrade mechanism, everything worked fine. Concerning the installler questions, I did nothing else than keeping the config-files ISPconfig has written to (Apache, Postfix etc).
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On my computer the system does not shutdown after type halt as root only freezes and does not let my do anything else
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I'd use
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shutdown -h now
instead.
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I was told by a very knowledgeable person to always perform a:
"sync" wait a couple of seconds and "sync" again when ever shuting down the system. What sync does is flush out the memory buffers. Then perform the shutdown command. It's not real critical in single user mode but if your running any programs it's good to do.
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Wny upgrade OS if the current version works everything that you need?
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