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Re: long term support release



On Fri January 25 2008, Les Mikesell wrote:

> That's *if* you uninstall fedora and re-install RHEL or CentOS, and then
> locate and install all of the matching packages you had, which may or
> may not be possible and it's certainly not easy.  Shouldn't you reward

I "updated" two or three Fedora Core 5 systems without a problem to CentOS 5. 
One only needs to install two rpms (centos-release and centos-logos or 
similiar) to Fedora and then anaconda recognizes the installation. There were 
only some packages that were newer in Fedora than in CentOS.

Regards,
Till


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