Sorry if this has been discussed before, but I have been on vacation for 3 weeks and there are soooo many new posts !
Anyway, I am doing a system upgrade and now I am confronted with this message (loosely translated from Danish, so the exact wordings may differ):
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The new linux kernel has different drivers for some PATA (IDE) controllers. The names of some harddisks, CDROM or tape units may change.
It is recommended that you identify disk units in configuration files by label or UUID instead of device name which will work in both old and new kernel versions.
If you choose to upgrade the configuraitons automatically, you must update the device IDs yourself before next restart or the system might not start.
Update disk device IDs in system the configuration
Ok, what am I supposed to choose now? If I read it correctly, then if I do an automatic upgrade I have to update something manually myself afterwards. And if i do a manual upgrade, what am I supposed to change?