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  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by agriz View Post
    I heard having latest version is safe. (security reason)
    Is that correct?
    Absolutely! Especially in the case of apache, which is an ubiquitous, glaring front-door into your system. In fact, some admins choose to keep this particular package up to date as soon as stable releases are available, straight from But yes, Fedora 15 Updates and Fedora 16 appear to be staying current with apache (as do many major distros who want to be taken seriously as a server platform).

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    I'd suggest that if you do an "in-place upgrade", let the updater (mentioned above) finish updating your system. It could cause trouble if you cancel it out and upgrade instead.
    Good call, Mike. In fact, that's what the updater says to do - yum update before anything else.

  3. #13
    Thanks for the tips.
    I will do the in-place upgrade which i haven't tried.

    I will do the backup and do it.
    I will let you know what happened!

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  5. #14
    I got the backup of www/html files.

    Package preupgrade-1.1.9-1.fc14.noarch already installed and latest version
    Nothing to do

  6. #15
    You just installed the package, you did not run it yet. Read thru that whole guide and follow each step.

  7. #16

    After running it, It was downloading..
    Now, I don't have linux

    It is corrupted!
    I have to do fresh install now

  8. #17 time you try an upgrade and have problems (corrupted, etc.), come here and tell us, before you do a fresh install! For one thing, we might be able to help you. For another, other people likely have had your problem and never find a solution.

    You probably just wanted to get it back online ASAP, though...

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