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Old 25th January 2007, 01:09 AM
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upgrading from fc5 to fc6

hey all,

I started the process of upgrading from fc5 to fc6. Its like 1.5G in downloads. When all was said and done, like 4 packages weren't downloaded due to file not found, file size, stuff like that and the upgrade aborted. Anyway, I figured I could just run the upgrade again and yum would be smart enough to know that it only needed those 4 packages. Well, I guess yum is pretty stupid. It wanted to redownload all 1.5G again. What the hell is up with that!?! Is there any way I can do the upgrade without having to redownload all 1.5G, just the 4 packages I need?

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