Just installed fedup and went from F19 to F20 x86-64 with no apparent issues.
Using KDE on recently built box with i5 4670 on Asus z-87 mobo.
F20 seems a bit quicker than F19.
on 12/18/2013 – Made popular on 12/18/2013
Did Fedup from 18 to 19 this morning, went quick and easy. When would fedup to 20 be the thing to do?
If not now when? gnome gets less likeable each generation. I see no reason to change to cinamon until 20 is installed. Is there anything coming that would make fedup to 20 worth waiting for? Or is moving on up now good to go. Early issues of Fedora allways had a lot of updates early on.
I ran the Fedup upgrade and it successfully converted the kernel, but left me on 19 for all packages. I am using the network option for fedup and I have LVM2 and var on a separate partition. I've searched the forums. I see something about UUID issues, but given that I successfully and flawlessly used Fedup to go from 18 to 19, I don't think that is an issue.
I decided to clone my F19 UEFI virtual machine to test out F20 today. After making sure my cloned VM is up-to-date, I installed fedup package and started the 'fedup-cli --network 20' command. In my first attempt the transfer rate was so slow (reaching at most only 20 kB/s). I have a fibre broadband plan, so that transfer rate is simply unacceptable.