Ubuntu 14.04 LTS has been released and this means an oportunity to upgrade your server (if you run an Ubuntu server, of course; I do - 12.04 LTS).
But something I learned the other day when I broke my Slogger workflow is that an upgrade can break your system. Let me explain what happened with Slogger: I updated it over git and Brett Terpstra made some changes that were related to the config file (slogger_config). Until I realized that I only have to make some changes to the config file I updated RVM and all Ruby gems.
I thought that Brett broke Slogger with some changes and it needed a fix. But I was wrong.
That’s the reason why I won’t upgrade my DigitalOcean droplet to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. An upgrade could break my system. That system is where I have my blog, my email server, my VPN server, my push server.
The system works perfectly. I don’t need new features that came with 14.04 and there is no need to upgrade.
My system will stay as is it. For now.
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