Upgrading from the command line?
If you run the command
sudo do-release-upgrade -d via SSH after that make use of a GNU Screen, due to the fact that the upgrade procedure will certainly switch off SSH - > close the default port and also open a new one (it will certainly educate you of this new port), so:
$ ssh [email protected] $ screen -S upgrade $ sudo do-release-upgrade -d
open a new terminal on customer computer system:
$ ssh -p PORT [email protected] $ screen -d $ screen -r upgrade
You'll first require to see to it upgrade - supervisor - core exists (it might currently be mounted):
sudo apt-get install update-manager-core
You might require to examine
/etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and also transform the line:
for the release to turn up.