You very probably can, I'd be less convinced about should. I was mainly concerned coz i use LVM and any error there would've risked about a TB of data. I do have minor issues, i am not sure if its the upgrade method or the upgrade itself that causes this, I am getting a "session bus not found" error once in a while. 11.2 was no longer the "latest" Actually updated for no big reason, like most of us i couldn't resist updating,,,, LOL Anyways... after googling quite a lot n reading incomplete posts, it seems that this error is actually a bug in KDE.
The one time that I have tried the upgrade route was the one that gave me the largest number of minor irritations to sort out later and decisively lost me time overall. anyone know what to do with "session bus not found" error?? The error was produced in my system when opening a GUI program from terminal after using an "su" command.
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This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
Banshee 1.4 sports support for Internet radio, compilation albums, a Now Playing window for video and audio, support for syncing to Android phones, and many other features that make Banshee an excellent multimedia player for the Linux desktop.
KDE 4 has a huge number of improvements since open SUSE 11.0.
open SUSE 11.1 includes KDE 3.5.10 for the “classic” KDE experience.
KDE has now standardized on Package Kit for its backend, which means both desktops are using the same update stack.
All of the Sneak Peeks for this release are available at on open SUSE News.
You can also find a bevy of screenshots, and a list of features found in open SUSE 11.1.
GNOME 2.24.1 features tabbed browsing and a new compact view in Nautilus, improvements for Gmail users in Evolution, along with mail templates, a new version of Ekiga, and additional improvements in F-Spot.
This release also includes a brand-new release of the ever-popular Banshee.