Les Mikesell wrote: > > It would be _really_ nice if the installer could be re-run in this > situation, offering to fix only the things that needed to be fixed > (re-detect hardware, build a working initrd, install grub, fix your > modprobe.conf and check your fstab and network setup). You can do > this gunk by hand, but it means you have to know as much as anaconda > (which doesn't seem to be all that well documented...) about hardware > and drivers. You can sort-of get most of the effect by making /boot a > separate partition, doing a basic install on the new hardware, then > removing everything except /boot and copying in your old stuff, but > that seems unnecessarily cumbersome. > I wounder what doing an upgrade instead of a new install would do. Would it accept the current install's values hardware and such, or would it do its own checking/setup? Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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