Ok.. I had hell setting up 4.2 on my Thinkpad 360Cs... but I got it...
Then I borrowed a friends RH5.1.. could not get it to install.. I tried
to upgrade.. then I tried to complete install, then I formatted and
tried to start fresh with 5.1 nothing.. but thats ok.. I got 4.2 back on
there.. now. How would I go about manually upgrading?
Would/should I just upgrade one rpm at a time?.. Time is really not a
matter... If I can do it one RPM at a time that is fine...
Is there a certain RPM I should start at? say glint, or XF86???
Just trying to get some info as to not waste time.. if it take a week to
install that is ok.. just don't want to spend time doing something that
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