[CentOS] CentOS "upgrade" from fedora core ?

c5050 centos at mvephoto.com
Fri Sep 15 22:42:54 UTC 2006

I'd agree with your last statement.. why bother making it so difficult
on yourself, unless you enjoy hacking. (I don't mean that as a negative)

If you have your /home on a separate partition, then there's really no
issue installing CentOS.. simply keep the existing /home partition, and
don't format it.

On Fri, 2006-09-15 at 16:06 -0600, Karl Hanzel wrote:
> 'Trying to figure out if it might be possible to set things up such that i 
> could "upgrade" (rather than an "install") from a Fedora Core installation 
> to CentOS.
> 'Had guessed that perhaps changing/faking the contents of 
> /etc/redhat-release might do the job, but ... that didn't seem to go.
> Anyone know how it might be accomplished?
> Or perhaps this isn't a reasonable thing to do(?).
> Thanks
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