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Re: reverting from Fedora 11 to Fedora 10 (Intel video trauma)



On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 19:16:01 +1000,
  Danny Yee <danny anatomy usyd edu au> wrote:
> Is there any simple way to revert an upgrade from Fedora 10 to Fedora
> 11?  I'd like to preserve /home, /usr/local and at least copies of
> configuration and log files, but I'd rather not have to copy everything
> onto an external drive and wipe the system.

You would pretty much have to do a fresh install. If /home is a separate
partition and you have a back up, you could use it to store stuff while
wiping the other partitions. And then fix things up afterward.

> My Intel G45/X4500 motherboard graphics doesn't work with the Fedora 11
> drivers - they detect my 1920x1200 monitor as 1920x1200 AND 1024x768
> and insist on doing 1024x768, while system-config-display just hangs
> and requires a reboot - and the bugzilla reports I've found that
> seem to be for this problem don't show any sign of an imminent fix.
> Reverting to Fedora 10 seems like the only quick way of getting back
> to a usable system.

You can probably work aorund this by manually making an xorg.conf file
that either uses the display size you want, or if that doesn't work,
try having it say to use the vesa driver. That's simple enough to try
that it's probably worth doing before doing a reinstall.


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