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18.2. Upgrading Your System

The Upgrade Examine screen appears if you have instructed the installation program to perform an upgrade.

Note

If the contents of your /etc/fedora-release file have been changed from the default, your Fedora installation may not be found when attempting an upgrade to Fedora 11.
You can relax some of the checks against this file by booting with the following boot command:
linux upgradeany
Use the linux upgradeany command if your Fedora installation was not given as an option to upgrade.
To perform an upgrade, select Perform an upgrade of an existing installation . Click Next when you are ready to begin your upgrade.
To re-install your system, select Perform a new Fedora installation and refer to Chapter 7, Installing on Intel and AMD Systems for further instructions.

 
 
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