On Thu, Apr 19, 2001 at 10:08:29AM +0100, Dave Burke mentioned:
> It looks like RH have just created the alpha directory in the iso dir, but
> have not actually released the alpha iso. we just rsync against redhat, so
> we've just got what they want us to have. And looking at the redhat website,
> there is only a mention of an i386 edition of 7.1.
> It'll be automagically grabbed once RH stick it up there.
Just checking. I knoew you wouldn't let me down like that, it had to be
On a completely separate topic - how awkard is it to turn my ext2fs
filesystems into ext3fs ? Do I just create a log file, and remount the
filesystems ? Or is it more hassle, and will I lose everything ?
Kate, wondering if he's brave enough to upgrade his very bastardised 7.0
install to 7.1...
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