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Re: future upgrade techniques



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On Friday 04 June 2004 15:13, Jack Howarth wrote:
>     Has there been any thought given to allowing a more
> 'debian' upgrade approach to be used for the next upgrade
> from Core 2 to Core 3. Assuming Core 3 doesn't involved
> a new kernel release (v2.8) then it would seem that
> an 'apt-get' type upgrade might work quite well for many
> users rather than being forced to do an anaconda installation.


You're not forced to do anything.  Several machines here are FC1 installs --> 
FC1 dev branch tracking --> FC2.  The change to xorg did not make this as 
trivial as it would otherwise have been.

But basically with yum you are where you want to be already.

- -Andy

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