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Re: install of fc5 while running fc4?



On 5/8/06, Kam Leo <kam leo gmail com> wrote:
On 5/8/06, Jose Achmad Palala <deterium73 gmail com> wrote:
> So you have two partitions and you want to be able to put stuff into the
> other partition while you're running fc4 right?  the thing is, maybe you'd
> like to just upgrade... as in yum upgrade..
>
>
> On 5/8/06, David L <idht4n hotmail com> wrote:
> > I have partitions reserved for two simultaneous fc releases.  That way, I
> > can try a new release and revert to the old release if I have a problem
> with
> > the new release.  For example, I have fc4 active on my computer and I can
> > still boot to fc3 on an alternate partition.  I'm about to blow away the
> fc3
> > partions and install fc5.  My question is, can I install fc5 to alternate
> > partitions while I'm running (and actively using fc4)?  Or if there isn't
> a
> > safe way to do that, is there an easy way to extract all of the RPMs into
> > the root partition of what will become the fc5 root partition so I can
> save
> > a few hours during the installation?
> >
> > Thanks...
> >
> >                   David
> >

You can just have FC5 install over the FC3 partition. This is no more
different than installing say Fedora on one partition and SUSE on
another. If you are concerned about partitioning delete the FC3
partition(s) first and have FC5 use the free space.

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Do you have the option of vmware ?  You may just want to migrate to a
vmware solution

Yum upgrade works,  but I would try to have a quiet system when doing
the upgrade,  but it doesn't solve your issue.

Are your partitions the exact same size ?


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