Re: Unable to use instructions to using yum 2.x on RH 9
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On Jan 19, 2006, at 7:39 AM, Ronald Bradford wrote:
My apologies, I thought my system was RedHat 9. it was kernel 2.4.20-18.7 I did a google on 2.4.20 and it came back with references to 9.Seems my assumptions when I got the server years ago was wrong, and it is indeed 7.3 I've been able to update everything to current packages under 7.3 however in more reading I see this still doesn't cut it.Could anybody provide any good references for upgrading 7.3 to 9, which appears what I have to do, however a number of sites I've reviewed provide some misleading info.Regards Ronald Bradford
Hi Ronald, you may want to do something like a 'yum upgrade' (after adding the rh9 repos to your yum.conf file) and see what happens but going from 7.3 -> 9 may be a bit of a headache. I'm a bit curious why you would want to upgrade from one old, unsupported by RedHat distribution to another? If this is a desktop machine, I'd recommend looking into Fedora Core 4, or FC5 soon, and if it's a server, why not go with RedHat Enterprise 4 or a free alternative?
-Jeff -- fedora-legacy-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-legacy-list
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