Hi reddazz, I followed your instructions and right now I'm in FC5. But I have some doubts, maybe you can help me to understand it better.
1. I was using FC5 Test3 for some weeks, and I was using Pup to update the system. At this stage I think that Pup used the Development repositories, all the updates went smoothly. Today before following your instructions I ran Pup and did more updates, I notice that the kernel was going to be updated, when it finished I check the boot directory, I found this:
victor@localhost:~$ ls /boot
Why I have a kernel for FC6?
I suspect that Pup was still updating from the development repositories. When I check them in /etc/yum.repos.d they look like these:
[root@localhost yum.repos.d]# cat fedora-core.repo
name=Fedora Core $releasever - $basearch
They all depend on the value of the variables $releasever and $basearch, how can I know the value of these variables?
Since I read your post, I think that the package fedora-release correct the value of this variables so that they point now to FC5 and my basearch that is x86-64, is this correct?
I don't want to use Pup for more upgrades until I'm sure that it's pointing to FC5 and not the development repository that now points to FC6.