Re: F-10 installs -

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Fred Silsbee wrote:
--- On Mon, 11/24/08, Bob Goodwin <[email protected]> wrote:

From: Bob Goodwin <[email protected]>
Subject: F-10 installs -
To: "For users of Fedora Core releases" <[email protected]>
Date: Monday, November 24, 2008, 3:09 PM
In the near future I intend to replace Fedora 9 with 10.  My
bandwidth allotment is limited by the satellite provider I
use so I have been installing the "Live CD"
version and adding to that with yum.  I rarely use the Gnome
desktop beyond the initial install, replacing that with XFCE
which works best for me.  However it requires a lot of
initial configuration to create what I want.  That can take
a week or more to get everything "just right."

But then I have a second computer to deal with, similar to
this one which will also need the same configuration.  I can
easily transfer files between them but it's still a lot
of work and takes nearly as much time as the first one. There's also a third ...
It seems I must be doing something wrong?  Can anyone
suggest the optimum approach?  I ideally I should be able to
simply copy directories between boxes/users it seems.

Thanks.

Bob


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supposed to work F9->F10
(1) run preupdate
(2) continue yum updates
Bingo! you have F10 without downloading F10 DVD ISO (2-3 hours for me)

be sure to save files first...sounds risky!
Yes I am aware of preupdate, even downloaded it to this computer but
that still wont get a new user set up with my configured XFCE desktop on
a "new" computer I just built. The new one has F-9 on it but I'm still
looking for an easier way to set the user configuration. I did a lot of
work on it the other day manually and somehow it did not save. I
thought I checked the appropriate box to save the setup but on the next
boot I was back to the default! Needles to say I was discouraged and
have been avoiding it.
Bob


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