[CentOS] Update of CentOS 4.0 to 4.3

Wed Apr 12 13:18:46 UTC 2006
Mike Stankovic <mlists2006 at yahoo.com>

--- Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:

> Mike Stankovic wrote:
> > That is from the bad-old-fedora days when
> connecting
> > to remote servers over inconsistent connections
> was
> > the order of the day.
> CentOS isnt Fedora, so lets not try and offer advice
> based on non-CentOS 
> experiences. if you must - label it to be such.
> > Kudos for CentOS which rids me of this menace.
> > 
> > Still 4.0 -> 4.3 is a big upgrade and
> selinux/yum/apt
> > have all changed.

> I dont see how that is relevant in this case....

There is no need for a high-handed response.

> selinux wont change any customised policy you might
> have in place.
> yum updates in the transactionset fine
> there is no apt included in the base distro
> > On most of my systems I make changes to the
> default
> > config so perhaps my case is unique.
> most people make changes / config tweaks to software
> they use... thats 
> why the .rpmnew and .rpmsave are a good thing !!
> you might want to read up on package policy and tree
> policy on CentOS a 
> bit. you seem much confused between Fedora and
> CentOS

Have you tried a 4.0 -> 4.3 directly over an
inconsistent internet connection?

Yes as you missed my last post, we cannot jump to
conclusions without knowing the exact situation the
original poster is in. There is no confusion between
Fedora and CentOS (in my mind), and you yourself said
there was an issue from 4.1 -> 4.2 What
changes/updates has he made to the system?

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