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yet another day in fedora land...

On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 01:45:44PM -0500, Jerry Feldman wrote:
> On 12/14/2008 01:39 PM, Nathan Meyers wrote:
> >I've never had a successful upgrade with Red Hat and its offshoots - I
> >haven't even tried in a few years after some really dismal experiences. 
> >FWIW, I'm finding Debian (Kubuntu, specifically) to be much better in 
> >that regard.
> >  
> I think it is more Ubuntu than Debian per se. I found on my laptop that 
> the upgrades were nearly automatic.

I think any tendency to such smoothness in Ubuntu is inherited from
Debian. I have systems which have been upgraded in place from Debian
2.1 to current stable, and I expect them to make a smooth transition to
Woody when that is released.


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