Upgrading from 3.0.3

Upgrading from 3.0.3

Post by Greg Howlan » Thu, 28 Nov 1996 04:00:00

I've just installed Redhat 3.0.3 from an InfoMagic CD,
dated April 1996. I'd like to update it to the most
recent stable version. Which rpm package(s) would be
best to get?



1. schedule for upgrades and the Summer [was Re: Upgrades to OS]

I suspect many people will no longer be around after mid-May or so.
So I was thinking:  the best possibility would be if 1.0 were magically
available by then.  I don't think that's reasonable.  So perhaps
a ``final beta'' version could be released by then, with enough time to
spot any major gaffs, and then anyone who leaves in May will have a good
copy to use.  Then 1.0 would be put together in the Fall.

I don't know how many people will be away for the Summer, but if it
turns out to be a lot, that would make sense, it seems to me.



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