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RE: Updating From FC1 to FC2 (or 3)



Thank you.

Here's the real question -- is it absolutely necessary (system works like a
charm)?

Went for years w/o upgrading FREEBSD until it was time for a new system
(hardware), then bit the bullet..

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Subject: Re: Updating From FC1 to FC2 (or 3)


On Oct 9, 2004 at 08:55, Wayne Spivak in a soothing rage wrote:

>I'm sure this question has been answered, by I haven't found it in the 
>archives (yes I looked).
http://marc.theaimsgroup.com and http://news.gmane.org are great 
places to start searching from. Not sure what you used.

>I've been out of the loop, and found that Core 1 is now Core 3.
No FC1 is still FC1 and GC3 is still a short while away.

>How do I (or what is the best way) to update Core 1 to at least Core 2. 
>I've done nothing special to this box, with the exception of adding 
>Mailman.
Backup. Backup. Backup. All the stuff you think you need and do not 
need backup. Then do an install leaving your /home partition alone. Restore
the stuff you need Adjust your conf. files as necessary. This 
is what I use and it works for me. YMMV

HTH
N.Emile...
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