I was wondering for a while why I'm not getting daily software updates anymore as it used to be, and yeah, Fedora 14 isn't supported anymore. So I want to upgrade to 17 (newest stable at the moment).
But it's not working! Upon reboot, that booting program says (after letting me enter the encryption key to the harddrive):
"Your current installation cannot be upgraded. This is likely due to it being too old. Only the previous two releases may be upgraded. To upgrade older releases, you must first upgrade through all intermediate releases.
Fedora 14 i686 on luks-somethingsomething - version mismatch."
After this window, there comes another one saying that the root of the previously installed system could not be found. After that, the preupgrade installer exits.
Now I googled a bit and searched on LQ, but nobody seems to have experienced just the case I am experiencing.
And yes I tried to just update to F16, and even F15, they also didn't work.
Closest thread here is this one: http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=274603
but that one doesn't say anything about a version mismatch, and also I am quite sure I'm using the right disc since I only have so many luks drives...
So if someone has an idea, do tell!