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Re: Fedora on UML -- revisited: Fedora via UML on RHEL 3 WS ...



Quoting Adam Kosmin <akosmin nyc rr com>:
> Has anyone attempted to get Fedora running on UML? I know that there
> is a 7.2 root filesystem out there and wonder if I'd be able to use it to
> upgrade to Fedora? If I'm wrong, I'd appreciate any feedback or
> thoughts. I think UML would be a great way to check out Fedora without
> having to do a fresh install every time.

Actually, I previously suggested precisely that with regards to running newer 
apps only available in Fedora under RHEL 3 WS.  Especially for those of us 
considering Athlon64/Opteron.


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