Debian updating to squeeze

Select Automatic download notice the user that runs the logitechmediaserver service has no permissions to start and stop - thats a security feature not a bug - you have to do that yourself!If you don't have them already installed on your system, you may be asked about various Logitechmediaserver dependencies.You may also want to back up your configuration files (usually located in /etc/) in case they have changed in later versions of the software you are using.A Debian Logitechmediaserver (formerly known as Slim Server) package distributed by Slim Devices now exists.When I restarted to try the new installation (wheezy), I was greeted with a new bootloader which replaced my custom one without even bothering to ask me for my opinion.

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See below for installation instructions for Logitechmediaserver.This will not be such a YOLO experience, because the whole upgrading from Wheezy to Jessie (stable) went smoothly. I'm not such a great risk taker as to jump head first to the newest and shiniest things that appear.No, I'm using Debian as my main desktop OS for about a year now and I upgraded to Jessie from Wheezy sometimes in February.During the upgrade process, apt-get crashed forcing me to open another terminal and do an apt-get -f install.The latter also failed complaining that it needed to configure a package which it couldn't.