9 years ago
upgrade. After running "apt-get update; apt-get upgrade" the only
significant output is:
The following packages have been kept back:
gnome-themes-standard lxde lxsession wpasupplicant
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 4 not upgraded.
which is fine by me since I havent installed either LXDE or Gnome and am
a wifi-free zone. apt-get is using the default configuration.
deb wheezy main contrib non-
Now, with RedHat Fedora, which is what I use on my other boxen, this lack
of updates usually means its time to install the latest version of Fedora
because the one I'm using has dropped off the support list.
However, raspberrypi.org still says that Wheezy is the current
recommended Raspbian version.
I'm a complete newbie as regards normal Debian/Raspbian conventions in
this area. So, does the lack of updates merely reflect the summer hols or
does it mean that Raspbian Wheezy is now EOL, and if so, what is the
procedure involved in getting onto the next version?
-- martin@ | Martin Gregorie gregorie. | Essex, UK