Upgrade to Ubuntu 17.04 from a previous version


The official announcement of its release Ubuntu LTS 17.04 it was yesterday on the scheduled date, and many of you want to upgrade their system from previous versions of Canonical's operating system.

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There are a few things you need to do before upgrading Ubuntu. Before you start you should do one good backup your important files and folders, and of course to install all available updates.

To let me know the older version open the terminal and run the command:

sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade

Once you've finished updating, we can upgrade your system.

You can upgrade to Ubuntu 17.04 in two ways:

Using the Updater application, or using the command line.Ubuntu 17.04

Whichever way you choose to upgrade will have the same end result: your system will run with Ubuntu 17.04.

To upgrade through the Updater application:

Open 'Software & Updates'
Select the 'Updates' tab
At the point that says 'Notify me of a new Ubuntu version'
Select 'For any new version' in the dropdown menu

Ubuntu will notify you that a new version of Ubuntu is available.

This disclosure does not always appear immediately. You may have to wait for Ubuntu servers to be very busy.

If you do not want to wait, open the terminal and run the following command:

sudo do-release-upgrade

Read the details that will appear on the terminal and if you want to proceed enter y (yes) and press enter. Sit comfortably and wait for the upgrade to finish.

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