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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

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 
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

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