I was surprised to learn that Pisi Linux released a 1.1 version. My Pisi 1.0 has been working pretty well, but I wanted to see if I could go to the new version through the updates. As instructed by Groni, I opened a terminal and typed
sudo pisi up -dy
Soon enough, I was presented all the packages that were about to be downloaded and installed. The process seemed to go well, but at the end I got an error.
I rebooted my computer and realized that both GRUB and the kernel had been updated. However, the rest of the updates didn't seem to be installed.
I opened PiSi (the package manager) and saw around 70 packages to be updated. I proceeded with the update (which was surprisingly fast thanks to PiSi's delta features), hoping to be lucky at the end.
Unfortunately, when applying the changes, I got a weird error:
"it is a folder /usr/share/appdata"
I noticed that the issue happened as soon as the package Fotoxx was to be installed. Thus, I deselected that one and tried to update once again.
Success: the Packages Installed Successfully as Intended! :P
Just to double check, I selected Fotoxx and tried to update it. Yes, I got the error again.
Now I have a Pisi 1.1 system, albeit my old version of Fotoxx.