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Re: Upgrade FC3 to FC10



Frank Murphy (Frankly3d) wrote:

>> if a user has software from non red hat/fedora vendor,
> 
> That unfortunately is what cannot be guaranteed to work.

it would not be guaranteed to work if it depended on libs, etc, from
fedora.

but, it 3rd party software had it's own lib, etc, and used 'standard'
systems calls, 3ps would be independent from changes of lib, etc.

> They may\should possible have a support contract with said vendors.

that is without a doubt.

> The ideal is to wipe and upgrade in this instance.

not for op.

anyway, to my questioning, could updating system, to gain security
fixes and enhancements, not be done by pulling from archives and
stepping thru to a current version?


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