On Thursday 21 June 2007 03:18:32 pm Jean-Paul Natola wrote:
> I just finished ( what I thought was an upgrade) to 6.0
>
> Only to find after I rebooted that I was still at 5.5
>
> I did it via sysinstall- it said upgrade successful reboot -
>
> And when I did I was back at 5.5
>
> Obviously , I missed something just not sure what/where
>
> Any help would be greatly appreciated

Since you mention sysinstall I'm assuming you were attempting a binary 
upgrade. Please provide more details, including (but not limited to):

Did you boot from an install CD (or other media) or did you run sysinstall 
directly from the running system?

What media did you select from sysinstall? (FTP, CDROM, etc)

Did you go in to the sysinstall options screen and change the version string 
(or notice what it was)?

If you did use a CD, where did it come from and what version is it?
(followup: 
are you sure?)

JN

I upgraded from the running system,  I used passive ftp , I selected minimal
install, and just chose a an ftp server to download from

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