Fedora's model is to upgrade often
Posted Aug 10, 2006 17:37 UTC (Thu) by astrophoenix
In reply to: Fedora's model is to upgrade often
Parent article: Fedora's legacy changes
so say I was running FCX-1, and wanted to upgrade to FCX. (pick the best
possible number for X you can).
do I still have to basically do a re-install (like in the bad old days
when I was running redhat 8), or is yum or apt-rpm or whatever is in
vogue now capable of upgrading the system nicely (comparable to upgrading
a debian, ubuntu, or gentoo system, i.e., not a re-install). thanks.
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