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You should see the following screen here Now you can see 7.04 is available for upgrade click on upgrade Now you should see the release notes as follows here you need to click on upgrade Once you click on upgrade you might get the error "Authentication failed" You need to fix the above error for this open the terminal and type the "gpg" and press enter once you see the following message gpg: Go ahead and type your message ...
Press Ctrl C and then start the install process again. If you have a CD-ROM line in your file, then remove it.
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One solution would be to fetch the source of the libc6 package for sarge, update the timezone data, then build a new binary package, but that is a considerable nuisance, particularly if you'd prefer not to have to set up a sarge build environment.
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Now you need to upgraded Ubuntu Edgy Machine to Ubuntu Feisty.
We can Use Two methods to upgrade Ubuntu Edgy to Ubuntu Feisty 1) Using GUI 2) Using apt-get Upgrading Ubuntu Edgy to Ubuntu Feisty Method 1 -- Using GUI If you want to upgrade using GUI use the following command gksu “update-manager -c ” “-c” switch tells it to look for upgrades at all.