I'm running Fedora 17 upgraded from 16 using preupgrade. All references for repositories shown in Apper refer to Fedora 16. Is this a problem? Howto correct?:confused:
on 08/06/2012 – Made popular on 08/06/2012
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 [...]
after upgrading fedora I got some problem with permissions, first I recognized that I'm not allowed to change network connections, but I'm also not allowed to install/uninstall with apper, even when I open nightingale there is no sound and a message pops up, that I have no proper rights.
I just made the switch from fedora 17 to the Fedora 19 KDE spin (I've never used KDE on any Linux distro until now after ditching Gnome) and when I try to install rpm packages from the internet Apper asks me if I want to install the unsigned packages and after hitting yes it shows the additioonal packages that will be installed and hitting continue Apper singles out the package that is listed as u
RPM Fusion and Livna.org are common third party package repositories for Fedora. You need them if you want to install media players, codecs and/or DVD playback libraries that are not part of the primary Fedora repository because of assumed issues like distribution licensing or similar.
Thus my question how to enable them in Fedora (>= 17)?
Hi there I'm trying to upgrade fedora from 16 to fedora 17 using preupgrade. I've used preupgrade before to go from fedora 14 > 16 with no problems. I'm an experienced user of all types of distros. but this is starting to piss me off a little. :dis:
What my prolem is that I have the upgrade packages downloaded but when I restart the option in grub doesn't show up.