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Re: transition from red hat 9 to fedora

> Something that would allow me to keep my machine(s)in recent-release
> shape without forcing me to show up in person with a CD (and, for one of
> them, that's a plane trip) on scheduled access, that would be fabulous.
>   Yeah, it'd require some new testing, but, as a motivator to people so
> they keep their boxes up to date, it goes way better than an EOL notice.
>   Or, at least, that's what our field engs are saying at work.

I did just that from 7.0 -> 7.1 -> 7.2 -> 7.3 on a whole fleet of
machines. Big whoop, I know... Aside from that glibc thing, it's actually
pretty easy to do across major releases as well. I haven't yet tried a 
major release upgrade remotely though (ie 8.0 -> 9).


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A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right.
Q: Why should i start my reply below the quoted text?

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