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.
Dear Fedora fans, it's time to celebrate 10 years of Fedora Linux, as ten years ago, on September 23, 2003, Michael K. Johnson announced the birth of the Fedora Project, which produces the Fedora Linux operating system.
For Fedora users, just keep calm and use Fedora 20 for now. Fedora Developers has announced that Fedora 21 official release date is now 14th October, 2014. Fedora 21 which has been slated for August...
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Fedora Utils is a useful application that help us to install many additional software under Fedora system. With Fedora Utils, you can install Flash player, Java, multimedia codecs and many other applications directly from this utility. It comes with a simple user interface. Actually, Fedora Utils is available in binary mode and does not require [...]
Fedora 18 anaconda feature that I had not seen with the Fedora 17 DVD, is the new ability to directly read a Fedora ISO file. If this feature is backported to Fedora 17, then for some of us, we would or should be able to install Fedora 18 directly from Fedora 17.
I had fedora 17 in a primary partition. Yesterday I have installed ubuntu in an extended partition. and I cant see fedora in grub, so I trieg update-grub2 but it doesnt recorgonise fedora being present, even the fedora partition is mounted. So I tried to re-install grub from live usb but it didnot work either.
How to bring back my fedora? I don't want to re-install fedora in the other partition.
We use Fedora 8 (an Amazon EC2 Public Image) for some of our servers. I see that Fedora is at version 20 now, and Fedora 8 is from around 2006/7. What confuses me is that these servers were installed in 2009, so even then this was quite an old version. Does Fedora 8 have longer support?