Full reinstall or update
janina at rednote.net
Wed Nov 12 16:06:13 EST 2003
I can tell you that I have not installed for the very first time ever.
Instead, I've upgraded two systems which were running the beta version
of what is now Fedora Core 1.0 using YUM (the Yellow-dog Upgrade
Manager). Yum is, well, it's yummie.
So, give it a try. Get and install yum and point it at the Fedora
release repository. The worst that can happen is that it won't work, and
you'll have to install. So, if you're ready to install, try yum first.
Of course, play it safe and take a backup copy of /etc and your
mailboxes, etc., etc -- the usual pre-installation precautions.
Richard Villa writes:
> From: "Richard Villa" <villar at earthlink.net>
> I've been wondering with all of the talk of people doing a full install,
> whether a person can just run the update option to go from RH9 to Fedora?
> It would save me a lot of time. Can someone please enlighten me.
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