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Old 06-12-2008, 06:54 PM
Scott Silva
 
Default upgrade Fedora -> Centos

on 6-12-2008 5:20 AM Sergej Kandyla spake the following:

Hi all,


Is there some way to upgrade from Fedora Core 6 to Centos 5 (on remote
serv) ?


Thanks in advice!


You could try a remote anaconda upgrade using vnc.

Something like this;
http://www.karan.org/blog/index.php/2005/06/15/upgrading_to_centos4_over_a_remote_vnc_c
but with adjustments.
You would still need to look for orphans, and the usual things.

Maybe if you backed up configs and data files and removed as many packages as
you could to minimize the hassle. Even though RHEL5 is based on Fedora 6, I
think the package freeze was about mid-cycle, and Fedora kept evolving after
the freeze.


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