I'm trying to update from 704 to 710b3. It appears the recommended way is to boot off the DVD and to upgrade. The problem is the only way I can seem to get the DVD download is via the painfully slowwwwwwwwwwwww bittorent that can take days.
I have tried the helper-app to upgrade via the web, it apears to have upgraded my ubuntu to 710 but not LMCE.
I have also downloaded the two 710b3 CD's, but they are not bootable. They apear to have the debian install package, so I installed that which creates the shortcut on my KDE desktop. I launch that, the upgrade starts, then disapears. No errors, not even when the script is ran from a command line.
A few questions:
Is there anywhere I can download the DVD without a bittorent?
Is there a way to install off the CD's, or a log file with a possible error I could look into?
What is the difference between these two dowload options? (Can I upgrade from either) http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3980072 - LinuxMCE Install DVD for I386 - 0710 Beta 3
http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3980074 - LinuxMCE Install/Upgrade DVD for I386 - 0710 Beta 3
It apears I may be able to download the DVD from here.http://proyectos.pixelamigo.com/software/Ubuntu/linuxMCE/beta/
The file names end in iso_part001 and iso_part002. Are those split files, if so how do I get them back together?