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    Linux Guru kkubasik's Avatar
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    um yeah....try yum, its free, true opensource and at least as effective.
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    nahhh, i thank you ask u have given me all the help i needed bu im gona try fedora

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    no, i mean in fedora, its a substitute for up2date, yum upgrade does the same thing as that, just is its also does installations
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    does it .
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    oh ok

    from red hat 8 can i update ti fedora without having to burn the ISO's to a CD, cos i hardly have any CD's left
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