How upgrade the 13.37 to Current if my actual kernel is 3.4.4?
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You need the GPG key of Slackware Linux Project <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
To download and install that key, run:
# slackpkg update gpg
You can disable GPG checking too, but it is not a good idea.
To disable GPG, edit slackpkg.conf and change the value of the CHECKGPG
variable to off - you can see an example in the original slackpkg.conf.new
file distributed with slackpkg.
I close the terminal, i try to run the ksnapshot for other thread and get and library error that I solved,but that's results from my failure to upgrade to current.. hehehehe
When I think about it, it seems that you haven't upgraded at all, so reverting to 13.37 should be possible (in general, a downgrade from -current to 13.37 was possible at least some weeks ago, I have done that and it worked). But since I don't know what exactly happened on your machine I can't say if the system will be in a consistent state afterwards. Restoring your backup would be the better choice just for having a known good system.
It is best to follow the instructions in UPGRADE.TXT at least up to the pkgtools/tar/xz/findutils step. glibc is best upgraded in runlevel 1 just in case. In any event my guess is that the errors may be solved by upgrading slackpkg *first*. I could be wrong, of course, but with major upgrades (stable version to stable version, or stable version to -current) I take the path of least resistance and upgrade the core system tools manually...then let slackpkg sort out the less important stuff.