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there are many bugs and problems with Ubuntu's 9.04 version. It is advised to upgrade to 9.10 to fix most bugs. To upgrade, simply follow these instructions:
- Click on System, then on Administration. Now click on "Update Manager".
- Click on "Check" and enter your sudo password. Download and install the updates, then on the top, click on "Upgrade to 9.10".
- After downloading and installing, it shall reboot the system, and you will have Ubuntu's 9.10 version installed.
Do not worry, your files won't be deleted. After the upgrade, everything shall work normally. And if you want, you can follow the same steps, after upgrading to 9.10, so you can upgrade to 10.04 LTS.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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