How to Upgrade to Linux Mint 19

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Aaron Kili

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6 Responses

  1. Bulat says:

    The article is very nice!

    But it seems that it is better (and easier!) to install the Linux Mint 19 directly from the distro. Isn’t?


  2. aram v nathan says:

    I tried to upgrade from v18.3 to v19. After initial success through formation of snapshots etc, when the command to upgrade was in process and the list of packages to be upgraded came up and a final query on “Do you want to continue?” the system presumed “n” as the answer instead of “y”, and the upgrade process naturally aborted.

  3. Dhinesh says:

    Nice article brother !!!

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