Following the previous posts in this category you will notice that I was using Sourceforge.net as the code hosting. We had to change that because we really didn’t want to share every bit of code. ( A big sorry to open source developers. I am truly a sell out. ) So had to set up CVS server. Never done that before. Should probably add it to my CV. Anyways to business.
Have just upgraded my dual-boot (WindowsVista/Fedora 11) laptop (HP Compaq Presario CQ50). I simply downloaded an upgrade ISO from https://fedoraproject.org/get-fedora . Than burned it to a DVD. Started my Fedora 11 and updated it by calling in the command “yum update”. Restarted the laptop with the DVD in and voilà I had my computer updated. Had some trouble with the household though because I was updating my desktop (WindowsXP/OpenSUSE) and my borrowed other laptop (Fedora 11) at the same time.
Fedora. My first love in linux started with Fedora and now I realized this love was not because of some novelty. It was actually because it is easier to use.(As a developer.) So I simply installed Fedora 11 over Ubuntu 9.04 it worked like a charm tough I had to do couple of tweaks. The first tweak was the adding the recovery hard-disk of Vista to the boot menu. No problem there just a simple grub.conf editing was done as below ;