On 11/12/2009 01:08 AM, Roger wrote:
Would it be possible to install another hard drive and fresh install
F12 on that, tweek it, get it how you want then copy your files over,
then use the F9 hard drive as a back up.
This is the part I hate most about these upgrades. All options result in
* Bite the bullet and upgrade "production" system. Do a backup first, in
case new system doesn't work too well.
Problem: if I run the new system for a month and then decide it's not
ready for me yet, all the work I've done in that month will need to be
migrated back into the old install.
* Install on 2nd HD/computer to see how it handles/etc. In this case, I
have to take time to boot into 2nd environment and play around, then
boot back to prod to do my work. Too much time wasted in "new" environment.
What I'd really like is incremental changes instead of upgrades - kind
of how linux moved away from the "new version" approach.
Of course that's not so easy with a large distribution like this. But
maybe it's doable.
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