On Thu, 2006-04-13 at 13:11 +0100, David wrote:
> Fedora core 5 is now out and has got rave reviews in Linux Format
> Magazine in the May issue. However I have got Fedora Core 4 running very
> nicely here and I dont really want to do a complete reinstall simply to
> keep up to date with releases. So I was wondering is there anyway YUM
> for example can update 4 to 5 but maintain all my settings etc? Im
> guessing I should be operating on the if it aint broke dont fix it
>> Has anyone tried FC% yet and if so what would the opinions be?
It's not supported to do this. (But of course everyone does it).
You grab the FC5 fedora-release rpm and rpm --upgrade it, fix any of the
*created repos.d/foo.rpmnew* warnings
and do yum update
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