Re: Migrating from RH9 Legacy to CentOS 3
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Quoting "Ralph E. Kenyon, Jr." <diogenes@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
I'm still using RedHat 9 and up2date. What would I have to do to upgrade to a fedora version?
You can either: 1) Install "yum" and upgrade that way 2) Download and burn a Fedora Core (or whatever RHEL/FedoraCore based distro you want) ISO to a cdrom, boot from the cdrom, and upgrade that way. If you want to go from RHL 9 to some similar version (Centos 3.x, Fedora Core 1, etc) then you can upgrade fairly painlessly either way. If you want to skip generations (upgrade to Centos 4.x, Fedora Core 5, etc) then you will probably have lots of problems/issues, and I don't recommend skipping over versions like that. In those cases, I do multiple consecutive upgrades (e.g. RHL 9 -> Fedora Core 1 -> Fedora Core 2 -> Fedora Core 5, or RHL 9 -> Centos 3.x -> Centos 4.x). There is just too much different between RHL 9 and current OS versions to rely on the upgrade between them without going through some inbetween releases. -- Eric Rostetter The Department of Physics The University of Texas at Austin Go Longhorns! -- fedora-legacy-list mailing list fedora-legacy-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-legacy-list
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