Since i have been running on btrfs for some time now i have the option to install to a
fresh root subvolume, while reusing the existing swap and home. When i am certain i have
everything set up i can delete the old root subvolume. No repartitioning needed.
2. nov. 2015 1.13 p.m. skrev Michael Schwendt <mschwendt(a)gmail.com>:
On Fri, 30 Oct 2015 10:20:44 -0400, Jeffrey Ross wrote:
> I'm looking for some suggestions on how to upgrade an older Fedora system
> and keep as many of the configurations as possible for the applications
> that are being used.
Packages don't touch /home, so all that would be needed is to keep /home.
Or backup your user's files and restore them after an upgrade or after a
As jumping from F16 to F22 could result in lots of surprises (and
upgrading from F16 to F17 to F18 ... to F22 would be tiresome), I would
always prefer a fresh installation, especially if you want to rethink your
partitioning. It would also be an opportunity to recreate the list of packages
you want to add to the default installation afterwards.
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