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  1. #106
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Another Successful dnf upgrade! 25 -> 26 went very smoothly... just had a few KDE configs to update...

    Thanks to all the developers and all the hard work they do!

    Been using Fedora since tthe beginning and it just keeps getting better!

    Thanks again!

    Thom

  2. #107
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    I did one last evening. Worked perfect.

  3. #108
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    Thumbs up Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Continuing to enjoy vanilla Fedora Workstation with Google Chrome added.

    Does everything! Nice to have my main computer reliable, easy to use and maintain. And functions seamlessly with my Google phone & tablet.

    As far as upgrading annually, don't believe it gets any easier than net install, hit a few buttons, and then a few minutes later - off and running.

    Thanks to all on this forum, redhat, and of course fedora.org
    On quest for blue smoke and red rings...

  4. #109
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Just did two upgrades using dnf. 26 -> 27 (pre-release).

    Took about an hour on a system with HDD and about 35 min on a system with SSD!

    No issues! Very happy.
    Fedora 28 x86_64 XFCE - Sager | Intel Core i7 - 4810 MQ | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M | 16 GB RAM | 480 GB ADATA SSD |
    Fedora 28 x86_64 XFCE - Dell Precision M4800 | Intel Core i7 - 4900 MQ | NVIDIA Quadro K1100M | 16 GB RAM | 750 GB 7200 RPM HDD |


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  5. #110
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    great distro.

    i am using it ever since FC1.
    I have installed it on a dell laptop. Recently i replaced a bad battery, and the HDD for a 1Tb WD-RED.
    I can use the laptop for the next years without issue' s.

  6. #111
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    I have been testing Fedora 27 since August. It is going to be the best release ever.

    Thank you developers, architects, programmers, software engineers, writers and quality control people. If I forget any group or individual, thank you, thank you, thank you all.
    Leslie in Montreal

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  7. #112
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Did my annual net install of Fedora - vanilla F28 workstation plus Google Chrome. Fast, smooth install. Easily configured to my liking. Another Success!

    I appreciate the effort of all that help with the Fedora Project, Thanks

    Now back to getting ready for a cookout, monster smoked burgers tonight!
    On quest for blue smoke and red rings...

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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    4 successful upgrades. 2 on SSD and 2 on spinning drives.

    F27 --> F28.
    Fedora 28 x86_64 XFCE - Sager | Intel Core i7 - 4810 MQ | NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M | 16 GB RAM | 480 GB ADATA SSD |
    Fedora 28 x86_64 XFCE - Dell Precision M4800 | Intel Core i7 - 4900 MQ | NVIDIA Quadro K1100M | 16 GB RAM | 750 GB 7200 RPM HDD |


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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    12 successful upgrades:

    F15 -> F16 -> F17 -> F18 -> F19 -> F20 -> F21 -> F22 -> F23 -> F24 -> F25 -> F26 -> F27

    All manually via "the package manager". I will be a sad panda once I will replace my desktop with a new one. On the other hand, might be wise to "upgrade" to risen before my luck runs out.

  10. #115
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Did you had the rpmfusion repositories ? did you need to remove them before upgrade ? do they work on f28 ? How you did the upgrade ?

  11. #116
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  12. #117
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Well, maybe it's just me, but the my fresh install of F28 was the smoothest (and maybe the fastest) eva. There's always improvements, but, given that progress is never exactly a straight line, this latest (especially the KDE version) seems very polished and trouble free for a "bleeding edge" distro.

    Do I blame the developers or the Trump admin???

    Ouch!!! Don't hit! It's just a joke!!!

  13. #118
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    Even in jokes, please don't connect the two. OMG!!!
    Linux & Beer - That TOTALLY Computes!
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    Don't use any of my solutions on working computers or near small children.

  14. #119
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    Re: Got something good to say? ...

    I've used upgrade the last several releases. The first few time I always download the ISO to another machine 'just in case' and about half the time I'd end up doing a clean install after the upgrade failed miserably. But as time goes on the upgrades go more and more smoothly, with maybe a minor easily remedied glitch or two, or no problems at all.
    I live in my own little world, but it's OK, they know me here.

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