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Old 11th October 2007, 02:47 PM
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Question Upgrade fedora core or just install latest stable? [solved]

Hello all,

I found a machine with an existing install of fedora core 4 (or 3). Should I do a yum upgrade or just install a fresh copy? I do not have any important data on there. Which is the better system?

What is the difference between the two versions? I have been using Ubuntu for the past few years and am not that familiar any more with fedora.

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