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I am now using ubuntu 10.04 . I want to upgrade to ubuntu 10.10. I have Internet connection with great . what to do next.

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Ubuntu’s Update Manager should prompt you that a new distribution upgrade is available. If not, just check if Ubuntu is configured to look for Long Term Support (LTS) releases only. To do this, Click on System -> Admininstration -> Update Manager. Next, click on Settings and change the “Show distribution releases” from “Long Term Support Releases only” to “Normal Releases”

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Hit close, and start Update Manager again, click on check and it should prompt you to update to the newer version


From the command line,

sudo do-release-upgrade
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Open terminal and type:

sudo update-manager -d
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