Previously (5 or 6 months ago?) had done a successful fedup upgrade from 17 to 18. I just tried doing a fedup upgrade from 18 to 19 and it went fine in the first step. Rebooted and allowed it t auto select "System Upgrade (fedup)". It lists a couple things off and then seems to stall.
This post guide us simple steps to upgrade from Fedora Linux 18 to Fedora Linux 19 with the help of Fedora Updater (FedUp). FedUp tool is made available since Fedora 18 and it is the only recommended way to upgrade your system. Make sure FedUp package is installed on system before heading up for...
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FC 19 failed to upgrade the kernel. Now i can't use fedup to go to FC 20.
I was updating fc19 when it crashed. it happened it was a kernel upgrade and i was subsequently unable to use that kernel. I am stuck at 3.11.10-200 and wish to upgrade to FC20. Assuming that fedup would work through that issue, i gave it a try and found the same issue persist.
I'm trying to upgrade my F19 using FedUp. FedUp completes nicely, produces a looong log that as far as I can grep, doesn't contain any warnings or errors. One repo (flash) failed to update, but that shouldn't be a problem.
After I reboot, GRUB correctly gives an option to upgrade, which I selected. Boot-related info runs on the screen for a few seconds.
Recently, I upgraded my desktop from F17->F19, by fedup. Alas, things didn't go as well as they should, but I've gotten things straightened out. However, I found two directories today that seem to be left over: /system-upgrade and /system-upgrade-root:
I upgraded my system from Fedora 17 to Fedora 19 via a network fedup upgrade according to the instructions on the wiki (run fedup-cli --network 19, reboot and run the upgrade, and reboot into your new upgraded system).