fedora 11 worst then ever release
MathStuf at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 13:28:35 UTC 2009
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oleksandr korneta wrote:
> on 07/25/2009 11:46 AM Chuck Anderson wrote:
>> I don't even upgrade anymore. I just keep two partitions
>> Volumes actually)--one for Fedora N and one for Fedora N+1.
> interesting idea. Do you keep the same home for both?
> I don't do upgrades either, since the time rh9 to fc1 didn't
> me. But I dont complain, kind of got used to the idea that
fedora is not
> made for upgrades. However, fresh install every time takes too
> for deploying all the old tweaked configs and stuff... so I
> between versions just once a year, from f N to f n+2, keeping
> consequent version of fedora on two different machines.
Since it seems everyone else is posting their setups, why not.
I have two machines, one leading (L) and the other "dragging"
behind (D). L jumps ship to rawhide soon after rawhide while D
chugs along on current release updates and cherry picks from
updates-testing if necessary to fix things. D is usually used
via VNC. All of the actual work is done on D and testing new
stuff on L. So I just keep a full /home on D and a bare one on
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