On 04/04/2016 02:49 PM, Stephen Morris wrote:
On 04/04/16 10:30, Amadeus W.M. wrote:
> I haven't upgraded my machines in a while and I couldn't find any
> reference on how to install directly from the hard disk, without media.
> Is this still possible? None of my pcs boot off of a usb stick and the
> cdrom I think is failing on one of them, so I really need to install from
> the disk. Any suggestions? Thanks!
Assuming that you have a separate /home partition, you can put the .iso
file in /home and add a boot entry to your grub config. If you provide
your partition layout, I could probably give you a working config chunk
to put there.
If you don't mind waiting a while for the upgrades to occur and
internet access, you could always install Fedup if it is not already
installed and run that to upgrade your system to the latest version of
Fedora. As I understand it that is the current recommended method of
He said he was on F20 currently and that's too far to jump using fedup.