Are the /etc/apt/source.d/parrot.list files suppose to have parrot 5.X repo mirrors in them

Parrot 4.x Repositories

deb Index of /parrot/ rolling main contrib non-free
deb Index of /parrot/ rolling-security main contrib non-free
#deb-src Index of /parrot/ rolling main contrib non-free
#deb-src Index of /parrot/ rolling-security main contrib non-free

Parrot 5.x Repositories

deb Index of /parrot/ lts main contrib non-free
deb Index of /parrot/ lts-updates main contrib non-free
deb Index of /parrot/ lts-backports main contrib non-free
deb Index of /parrot/ lts-security main contrib non-free
##deb-src Index of /parrot/ lts main contrib non-free
##deb-src Index of /parrot/ lts-updates main contrib non-free
##deb-src Index of /parrot/ lts-backports main contrib non-free
##deb-src Index of /parrot/ lts-security main contrib non-free

So i uncommented them but I though it would be worth figuring out what was the proper thing to do with them and I cant find info on it anywhere. I just wana know if its OK to upgrade currently or if its a bad idea.

Thanks

–lloyd AI

Parrot is gradually shifting from testing to lts, 4.11.3 is the last testing release till date,and the next release is expected to be 5.0 LTS.

Yes it’s fine to update, use sudo parrot-upgrade