Michael Magua <mmglug gmail com> wrote:Apologies if this has been asked previously. I'd like to follow thedevelopment of Fedora 10 and I've currently got it installed. If I continueto run 'yum update' would that keep me up to date with this release?Bruno Wolff III wrote:Yes. Eventually there will be an update to fedora-release that will put you on f10 rather than rawhide. So assuming you want to stay with f10 you can just keep doing yum updates. (Assuming you haven't customized the repo definitions as that would prevent yum from updating them.) If you want to keep following rawhide, there is already a fedora-release for what will become f11. Having that installed will keep you from beingswitched back to f10. If you want to take this course, you can get the rpmfrom koji.
Trapper wrote:> I apologize if this has been asked already. If it was, I missed it. What
rpm would I be looking for at koji if I want to keep following rawhide beyond F10?
Perhaps I can answer my own question. Maybe fedora-release-10.90-1.noarch.rpm ?