Re: Fedora 10 - no longer rawhide?

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2008/11/12 Rahul Sundaram <[email protected]>:
> David Hláčik wrote:
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>> And which fedora-release do you have ?
>>
>> rpm -q fedora-release
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>> mine is fedora-release-10-1.noarch
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>> Is this a wanted scenario?
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> Yes, this enables a transition to Fedora 10. Instead of pointing to rawhide
> repos, your repos will be pointing to Fedora 10 location and mirror manager
> will automatically redirect you to the updates leading to Fedora 10
> eventually.
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> This helps the users who have been using the rawhide/test releases to
> smoothly update to Fedora 10 without them having to manage the repositories
> manually.
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Rahul,

I didn't realize that I was on the fedora-list ...
I am already on rawhide, does it mean that same file has different
output if on F9 and rawhide???


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