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  • #19233
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    bertil

    Hi,

    after apt-get update && apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade

    lsb_release -a still says 17.1?

    Am I on 17.3 anyway?

    Thanks for a great distribution!

    #19236
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    Yup, that’s the normal behavior.
    It is updated & upgraded.
    Doesn’t show it.

    How strange is to be anything at all. (Alice in Wonderland)

    #19238
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    anticapitalista
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    No, you are on 17.4

    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

    #19248
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    Wow, you are releasing faster than I can type apt-get 🙂

    I got a lot of “this config file has been locally modified by you or a script” when updating.

    Is this expected?
    Was I right to to overwrite local files thinking “maintainer know what he is doing”? Things seems to work..

    My beautiful AntiX Grub screen disappeared (well, grub is still there but now just a blue background). How do I get it back?

    Lots of questions… thanks

    #19253
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    Was I right to to overwrite local files thinking “maintainer know what he is doing”? Things seems to work..

    Yes to antiX code, no to debian (ie grub).

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    My beautiful AntiX Grub screen disappeared (well, grub is still there but now just a blue background). How do I get it back?

    Check /etc/default/grub line c35 has this GRUB_BACKGROUND=/usr/share/wallpaper/back.jpg

    Philosophers have interpreted the world in many ways; the point is to change it.

    #19264
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    bertil

    Thank you! Grub looks great again 🙂

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