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    How do I upgrade Redhat 9 to Fedora Core 2?


    I just recently installed RH 9 on an old Dell Inspiron 3000 (233 Mhz, 128 Mb Ram, 4 GB HD--one with Win 98 ). All is fine except for the lack of audio. Space is tight.

    Need to upgrade to Fedora Core 2, but was not initially successfull installing it on this system. Now that RH 9 installed successfully, I want to move to a supported version, Fedora.

    How do I do this?

    Thanks,

    Glenn

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    FC2 will take up too much room, look for something a little lighter like knoppix
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    you should also take a look at yoper v2.1(the newest) which requires the maximum 4gb.it has the newer kernel and kde 3.3..
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