What is the exact meaning of adding the
-d option at the end of
do-release-upgrade command? The Ubuntu documentation defines it as:
to upgrade to a development version of Ubuntu.
Once 16.04.01 is released, is there any difference in
sudo do-release-upgrade -d and
I started my upgrade process from 14.04.05LTS to 16.04.01LTS using:
sudo do-release-upgrade -d
After starting this, I read that:
Upgrading to a development release is not recommended
Because of this I closed the terminal process doing upgrade. Now when I run
sudo do-release-upgrade -d, I am able to resume the upgrade. But if I run
sudo do-release-upgrade I am getting the message:
no new release found
How should I resume the upgrade process correctly?