On Tuesday 09 November 2004 13:42, John P. Looney wrote:
> > So far I have always upgraded;
> > as the last Redhat/Fedora distribution kernel
> > to work on this machine was Redhat-8.0.
> > Linux has been deteriorating for some time, in my experience.
> Buying a laptop without a mechanism to rescue it when an upgrade fails is
> hardly a fault in the OS, is ? Windows and any other OS would have a
> similar problem.
Actually, I have a standard Sony CD drive.
But the last Redhat/Fedora kernel to recognise it was RH-8.0.
So I guess an alternative way to install FC-3
would be to install RH-8.0 and upgrade
RH-8.0 -> RH-9 - >FC-1 -> FC-2 -> FC-3.
(Probably one can skip some of these steps?)
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