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Re: First impressions of a system update with yum



Actually, I've done this several times, I have a server that began life as
FC3, and another as RH8.  I've been yum upgrading since FC3, and this was
just my first for F7.  I several more to do yet. :)

> Same here, no problems - this is the first time its worked for me too!
>
> Jon Ciesla wrote:
>> My first 32-bit x86 yum upgrade is finished, with no major
>> complications.
>> So far.  I'll let you know. . .
>>
>>
>>> On 5/31/07, Matthias Saou
>>> <thias spam spam spam spam spam spam spam egg and spam freshrpms net>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Other current thought : To hell with it, format "/" and reinstall from
>>>> DVD...
>>>>
>>> This is my normal course of action. I don't want to deal with the
>>> leftover packages and the missing new packages. I just let Anaconda do
>>> its job.
>>>
>>> I have two partitions for root, the current release, and the new or
>>> old release. That way my old root with a working system is available
>>> if some hardware seems to not work.
>>>
>>> Also, I don't bother with a DVD or CD, I just use the grub hack.
>>>
>>> -Schlaegel
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>>
>>
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