I upgraded some old systems before from fedora 4 and fedora 6 to fedora 9 and 10 using the cds, When I booted the cds of fedora 9 and 10 it detected the old installed fedora and offered to upgrade it, It sounds nice, I chose to upgrade and every thing went fine, The old fedora 4 and 6 became 9 and 10.
FedUp (FEDora UPgrader) is the recommended tool for upgrading a recent Fedora installation. It’s a very neat tool for upgrading a system and I think other distributions that don’t use a rolling release system should look at implementing one for their distribution. In this short tutorial, I’ll show how I upgraded a Fedora 20 Cinnamon desktop to Fedora 21 (Cinnamon) […]
I found a nice tutorial on how to upgrade to the latest Fedora 15 from Fedora 14. This upgrade will need the Preupgrade package. So you must install preupgrade first to continue. Preupgrade is a upgrade assistant that will help you to easily upgrade your current Fedora 14 to the new Fedora 15. OK lets [...]
Now that Fedora 18, aka Spherical Cow, has been released, users of Fedora 17 will likely be gearing up to upgrade. Before this latest release, upgrading an installation of Fedora requires a procedure that’s not very elegant.
With Fedora 18, the recommended upgrade tool is called FedUp (FEDora UPgrade).
I usually use fedora 19 but a recent reinstall of 17 has caused me to need upgrading to 19. fedora-upgrade works but it's version at a time. fedup I can't get to work. Now can you enable certain repos and disable others and work with yum to upgrade directly from 17 to 19 and skip 18? Then I'll be good. Has anyone done this?