Ackward timing for me FC1-FC2?

Alexandre Strube surak at
Fri Mar 12 17:32:52 UTC 2004

Em Ter, 2004-03-09 às 12:47, John Fleming escreveu:
> 1.  Should I go ahead and put FC1 on it?  If so, when a stable FC2
> comes out, how best to retain what I have going, e.g. Apache conf,
> mail conf, SpamAssassin conf etc, or would I just have to manually
> save all pertinent configuration files and then reinstall each
> software after the new install of FC2?

Install it. Upgrade it. That's all you need to do. I'm doing this for
several versions in several computers. Works good.
> 2.  OR, should I install FC2 testing now?  If I do that, will I be
> able to yum update to the stable version when it's released, or will
> that still require a new full install?

No. You won't be able to upgrade from it.

> 3.  FC1 does everything I want right NOW.  Should I just install FC1
> on the new machine and wait and see how long I can remain happy with
> this version??


Alexandre Ganso 
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