Is it possible to do without reinstalling system?
try the following:
sudo do-release-upgrade it works! Thanks
Please mark best answer so others can see it is solved, thanks!.
I’ve tried EVERYTHING and nothing works. Stuck at 15.10, cant update to 15.10.1 (well, now it should be 15.10.3)
If I run
do-release-upgrade, nothing happens. However, if I put -d, I can update to 16.04, but the thing is I want the latest stable(15.10.3).
My sources are fully updated and I don’t know what else I can do!
However, my kernel version is 4.1.18, thought
lsb_release -a returns ubuntu 15.10 willy
have you tried changing your software sources download location and using a different server?:
Yes, I did. I can’t try the recovery way, since it’s a raspberry pi 2 model b
wow, I’ve been looking at the changelog, and as it says here https://ubuntu-mate.org/raspberry-pi/ , the latest version includes bluez 5.35, Scratch 20151111 and Linux 4.1.18
I have all these packages, however, if I run
lsb_release -a, I get:
Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 15.10 Release: 15.10 Codename: wily
I thought that maybe, I updated all the separate packages without updating the base, or maybe the decimals like 15.10.1 or 15.10.2 are not shown in
Can someone updated run that command and post here the result??
I am running 16.04 Beta final and there are no decimal points on my readout?:
well, i’m just waiting for 16.04 stable release on April 21th, I suppose in raspberry pi 2, it might take a few more days but what I need is stability, since it is running as a server 24/7
I should point out that my readout is for the normal DE and not for Raspi!.