Any way to upgrade from an existing LXDE set-up using apt?hhttp://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/62
Yes, I'm lazy.
Edit: Just downloaded and tried to install LXDE-10 on an A22 Thinkpad (I know-why don't I just donate it to the Smithsonian?)
When it tried to open the live cd environment, it gave off a bunch of errors. Can't remember what, for the most part, but I did see one saying something about recognizing that it was an IBM system, and if module EEE something was loaded it could kill it, so that module wasn't loaded. I also see that warning every so often on my present LXDE-9 install, so not sure if that's relevant. The live cd never launched, just showed errors. The md5sum checked out OK. I also tried a few weeks ago to get LXDE-rc working, and it wouldn't even boot. Never checked the md5sum on that one, just figured I'd wait until the release version was ready.
#9 works great for me, and I've looked forward to seeing what #10 looks like on it, but unless I've done something wrong, looks like I'll have to be happy with #9 on it for now.
I'd be happy if this was the worst problem I ever had!