On Tue, 04 Jun 2013 09:17:16 -0400
Stephen Gallagher <sgallagh(a)redhat.com> wrote:
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On 06/03/2013 04:32 PM, Richard Vickery wrote:
> Hi Kevin:
> I'm not sure that if my question was presented clearly enough; I am
> on F19 beta; I was asking for when we complete the release and
> upgrade to it: how does one upgrade from F19 pre-release to F19. I
> am just asking in order to be prepared, or avoid panicking - not
> that I haven't panicked in the past for small moments - seconds -
> at a time, just that panicking is not so comfortable, given that
> it's part of life.
If you're on the beta, then the standard update mechanism will pull
you into the final when it's ready. Just do updates from the stable
repository. You may want to manually disable the updates-testing repo
if you still have that enabled.
No need to do that usually. ;)
Once you are on the branched release, 'yum update' (or 'dnf update')
will give you the updates, when we get near release there will be a new
fedora-release update that will turn off updates-testing and turn on
updates. At that point you may need to run a 'yum distro-sync' to
downgrade to the non testing packages, but otherwise it should leave
you out of Fedora 19 final.