Anything for home user and not the technical one??

g geleem at
Fri Jul 23 18:15:29 UTC 2010

Parshwa Murdia wrote:

> If the problems occur, that's good, the more is troubleshooting as
> more facts become clear but if you really are in some other job (like
> me) which is not at all related with Fedora (which is by desire, for
> at least me), time matters.

this i well understand.

my view is that it is easier and quicker to upgrade in steps and fix any
problems that _may_ occur, than it is to jump versions and try to figure
out what problems have occurred.

systems can update and upgrade with out attendance.

trouble shooting problems need attendance.

there in lies difference.

just my point of view which i base on;

it is safer to take one's time and do it right than it is to rush,
make errors and have to come back and repair errors. because making
repairs always takes more time than doing it slow and right first time.

again, cyoa. ;)


peace out.



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