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Debian 7.0 e Ubuntu 13.04

Siamo lieti di annunciare la disponibilità di Debian 7.0(note di rilascio) e Ubuntu 13.04(note di rilascio) per la distribuzione all'interno di Linode Manager, sia a 32 che a 64 bit. È possibile leggere la nostra documentazione nella Linode Library se non si è sicuri di come distribuire una distribuzione Linux in Linode Manager.

Debian 7.0 (Wheezy) sarà supportato un anno dopo il prossimo rilascio principale di Debian . Il progetto Debian ha attualmente un ciclo di rilascio di due anni, quindi la data stimata per l'EOL è nel 2016. La versione 13.04 di Ubuntu (Raring Ringtail) sarà supportata da Canonical fino a gennaio 2014. Se si desidera una versione di Ubuntu con una durata di supporto più lunga, è possibile distribuire Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, che è supportata fino ad aprile 2017.

Oltre a queste nuove distribuzioni, abbiamo aggiornato le immagini di Debian 6 e Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. L'immagine Debian 6 include pacchetti di sistema aggiornati e la rimozione di nfs-common e portmap. L'immagine Ubuntu 12.04 LTS è stata aggiornata a Ubuntu 12.04.2, che include la correzione del bug menzionato nel nostro annuncio di disponibilità e la rimozione del pacchetto whoopsie.

Salute!

-Tim


Commenti (19)

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    Thanks for the good work guys 🙂 Looking forward to this.

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    Thanks for the news. Is there an easy way to update currently used Ubuntu LTS 12.04 to match your update image? Would apt-get update take care of this? Or do I have to reinstall it using your image?

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    Yup, the following will get you from 12.04 to 12.04.2…
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get remove whoopsie
    sudo apt-get upgrade

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    An LTS release of Ubuntu will only update to another LTS release. So if you’re on 12.04 LTS, it won’t auto-update to 13.04. You’ll need to wait for 14.04 LTS.

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    @Mohamed^^

    apt-get update and apt-get upgrade should be enough 🙂

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    Raffaele Tripodo

    The same question, but for Debian: is there a way to upgrade a debian6-x64 based node without creating a new system disk?

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    Graham Edgecombe

    @Raffaele: you can change ‘squeeze’ to ‘wheezy’ in /etc/apt/sources.list and then run apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade.

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    I don’t see the point why apt-get dist-upgrade with Debian is impossible per se.

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    Thanks guys, our fleet will rock Debian 7.0 pretty soon!

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    Raffaele: You can simply follow the upgrade procedures from the documentation.

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    Very nice, I will create a new instance of wheezy
    : D

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    Raffaele Tripodo

    …and what about ext4? If I’m not mistaken, this is the new default file system for debian7, isn’t it?
    Are you planning the support for ext4 too?

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    Thanks for the upgrade. Now I am using Ubuntu 13.04. 🙂

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    I have successfully upgraded my box to Wheezy from Squeeze with “apt-get”. See this Linode document for the reference

    https://library.linode.com/upgrading/upgrade-to-debian-7-wheezy

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    Peter van der Does

    If you have 3rd party repositories, just be aware when updating that these repo’s might not yet have Ubuntu 13.04 packages.
    So double check.

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    @geoff “do-release-upgrade -d” will upgrade an LTS to the next non-LTS release.

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    @Feng: it’s not impossible per se. It’s just that Linode’s default sources.list file explicitly names the version (“squeeze”) rather than using “stable”. That effectively pins the system to that version of Debian rather than having it float to the current stable version. If you use “stable” in sources.list instead of “squeeze” or “wheezy”, dist-upgrade will automatically upgrade when the stable release changes.

    Downside: if you happen to have out-of-date packages when the version switch occurs, things can go wonky in a hurry. You won’t know exactly when the switch will happen, so it’s easy to get caught by it. That’s probably why the Linode default is “you won’t get it until you ask for it”.

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    Nice and thanks for the upgrade.

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    Thu Thuat May Tinh

    This is a great news!
    @Feng: thanks for the link, it’s very helpful.

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