I realize this question is a bit of a duplicate, but stack exchange won't let me comment on other questions/answers until you have 50 reputation, which seems a bit silly because it means the only way I can ask for or add clarification to an existing question is to open a whole new one.
This post asks the same question:
Why does do-release-upgrade on 12.04 system not find 14.04.1 upgrade?
Thanks for your help.Inkane - your method worked great, all fine nowNoSavvy - thanks for your comment, didn't need to follow you steps as Inkane's method workedabveritas - thanks as well, the method you describe is what I had done, but wasn't working, I still know not why!
I have read tonight, many reputable authors, including some on Ubuntu Forums who are mods, say basically the same, (I apologize, I didn't save the links as I kept searching) as does pablomme in his response to the question in the second response to the Original Poster's question:
"apt-get upgrade is restricted to the case where packages are to be replaced by newer versions, b
Inkane wrote:Uhm, what's so random about our debug packgae naming for KDE applications (putting -debug after the package name)?Ok, it's not that random, but the different prefixes (kdeutils, kdeapps,...) makes it a little confusing.Inkane wrote:Also,pacman -Ss qt | grep debug would point you to the qt-debug package.I'm downloading this right know.