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Old 16th February 2012, 07:46 PM
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Backup installed Packages For next fedora installation

Hello Every one !

is there any way to backup installed packages , so that i can reinstall them after new fedora installation ? because my internet has limits and i cannot download them again !

and if it is good to backup ? or it is better to download them again ?
and if i backup my fedora 16 packages , can i install them later in fedora 17 ?

thank you
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