Timothy Murphy wrote: > I ran preupgrade on an old machine (ThinkPad T20) running Fedora-8. > The first part went OK, but when I re-booted > it only read (or created?) 1% of install.img , and then hung. > > Is this a normal problem? > If so is there are simple solution, like an addendum > to the grub stanza for the new system? > > I should say, I didn't have enough space in /boot for install.img , > which I imagine is normal, as we used to be told > to limit /boot to 100-150MB. > It does not fail - it asks you if you want to continue. It does tell you that you need a wired network connection. It will then download the install image when the upgrade boots. You can also use a CD or DVD with the install image. I just did it last night - F8 to F10 - on this machine. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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