jba Posted November 9, 2021 Share Posted November 9, 2021 I just installed armbian buster on my NAS (odroid HC2). Everything works perfectly. However, as debian bullseye has become stable and I expect this to happen for armbian also in the near future, I am thinking about how to do the upgrade. This is mainly because all my other boxes run bullseye and administration becomes a lot easier if all systems run the same version. In addition, I will have to do the update anyways at some point in time and therefor I want do it when armbian bullseye becomes stable. Reading through the forum I found out it is not supported. However, I am using debian now since woody and have done a lot of upgrades since then, I think I will try it for armbian also (of course after making a full backup). I already read that i should do a freeze in armbian-config (disable kernel upgrades). Having done this, can I just start upgrading to bullseye the debian way (as it is described in the bullseye release notes). And after finishing this I would disable the freeze, which would allow the kernel update also? Any thoughts on this procedure? Anything else I have to do and that would be different to vanilla debian? Regards, Jürgen 0 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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