sundaram at redhat.com
Wed Dec 7 16:36:22 UTC 2005
Josh Coffman wrote:
>Someone on another list said he installed FC5 Test1
>and it looks really good. So now I'm really feeling
>like checking it out.
>What's the best way to get it? Should I try fc5-test1,
>fc5-development, or wait for fc5-test2? SHould I
>upgrade or install fresh?
>This will be on my laptop, and will have to replace
>fc4 cause I don't have room for another OS partition.
>It needs to be good enough for my kids to play
>supertux and use firefox without me around to babysit
The test and development release may provide enough robustness for you
to do this you cannot rely on it. It is meant for enthusiasts and
testers to provide feedback and bug reports. Avoid installing these
releases on any system that rely on for regular usage.
read the announcement details and relevant links and release notes in
Here is a draft guide to help you through the process
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