Anything for home user and not the technical one??

g geleem at
Fri Jul 23 07:13:21 UTC 2010

Christofer C. Bell wrote:

> Regardless, yes, you can go directly from Fedora 11 to Fedora 13 using
> preupgrade[1].

not exactly true.

was there not a post in past week or two where a user tried such and
had problems?

due to problems/bugs being cleared in f13, i would think parshwa would
have better results with f11 to f12.

then when f14 has been out 3 or 4 months and most problems/bugs have
been cleared in f13, he can upgrade to f13 then later to f14.

i base this on consideration that parshwa is speaking for his family using,
not just himself. wives and children can be a detriment to using fedora.


peace out.



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