Fedora, Good Newby howtos, mailing lists and downloads

Joe Clever lists at clevercentral.com
Wed Nov 12 10:59:53 EST 2003


Could you clarify your last paragraph. Does this mean that you successfully
upgraded Red Hat 9 to Fedora using yum?

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From: speakup-bounces at braille.uwo.ca [mailto:speakup-bounces at braille.uwo.ca]
On Behalf Of Dawes, Stephen
Sent: Wednesday, November 12, 2003 10:28 AM
To: Speakup is a screen review system for Linux.
Subject: RE: Fedora, Good Newby howtos, mailing lists and downloads


As a suggestion, you may want to add a section on yum into your how-to. 

If you don't know yum, it is an easy-to-use command-line-based
application that does an excellent job of managing your rpms. Yum is
also very useful for doing such system activities as: 
Installing applications.
Removing applications.
Keeping your system up-to-date.
Doing system upgrades.
The overall advantage to yum is that it takes away all the guess work
when it comes to dependencies.

I have found a partial yum how-to at:
that you maybe able to use / modify for the speakup community.

The yum info page can be found at:

Otherwise, the How-to that I read on RH9 was easy to follow.

Just my thoughts for the future.

OH YEAH! I did an "yum upgrade" to fedora to see if it can be done, and
it worked like a charm. Once all was done, I re-started my computer and
was running fedora. Ain't life good!

Steve Dawes
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Email: SDawes at calgary.ca

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