> "The Live Upgrade feature lets you install the Solaris 8
> Operating Environment and
> future releases on a separate partition from the
> currently running version of the
> Ain't that cool? Wonder what'd take to get that working for (say) Redhat Linux.
> A chrooted run of the install scripts? Rpm would have to be modified...
I've done that kind of thing within major versions of Redhat.
I wouldn't try going from RH4.x to RH5.x because of the
libc5/glibc stuff. But I'm looking forward to trying it at home
from 5.2 to 6.x...
Unfortunately, it's not really supported by Redhat, so I guess
it doesn't really count :-(
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