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Old 09-27-2013, 05:31 PM
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Default How to upgrade 9.1 to 9.2
Just like the tittle says, how to Upgrade from 9.1 Isotope to 9.2 Isotope?.
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You can try following the instructions in this article.

http://www.pkgdemon.com/support/install-pcbsd-testing

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Old 09-28-2013, 07:24 PM
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um, I may be mistaken, but that article is NOT for upgrading 9.1 to 9.2, but simply installing Gnome 3 to an already set up 9.2.

Am I missing something?

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Old 09-30-2013, 01:58 PM
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Which version of 9.1 are you running? ("uname -a" command should show you that easily)

A) If you are running the "original" 9.1 from the end of 2012 (no pkgng support), then a full re-install is the recommended method of updating.

B) If you are running one of the 9.1 rolling-releases (old development track with initial pkgng support), then you should be able to point your system to the CDN and update it using our pkgNG repository before proceeding to C.
NOTE: a full re-install might be simpler in this case as well - due to the large number of changes to the backend systems and boot environment support.

C) If you are running 9.1 Isotope Infusion (the latest 9.1 that was released), then you can manually run the "pc-updatemanager" command to list and change to other PC-BSD branches (such as 9.1-RELEASE to 9.2-RELEASE). "pc-updatemanager branches" will show what branches are available, and "pc-updatemanager chbranch 9.2-RELEASE" will change you over.
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FYI:
The official PC-BSD 9.2-RELEASE will be coming out in the next couple days, so if you are in group (C) from my previous post, then you should receive an update notification that will let you move from 9.1-RELEASE to 9.2-RELEASE easily.

The method that I described in my previous post lets you switch between the different branches of PC-BSD ("-RELEASE" to "-STABLE" for instance).
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Good day.
Well, that does not appear any more news on the update 9.1 to 9.2?
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If you look at the PC-BSD 9.2 Announcement (in the announcements forum category or on the PC-BSD blog[1]), it clearly states that the updates to 9.2-RELEASE are now available (as of this last Monday).

[1] http://blog.pcbsd.org/2013/10/pc-bsd...now-available/
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