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I'm wondering what you experts recommend. I have RH9 and I've been pretty happy, now
thinking what to do as we RH9 users get shut down, considering Fedora.
When Fedora goes into its install routine and asks me do I want to upgrade or install anew (at least that's what I expect will happen based on what I've read), what would you recommend?
This is my web development box and it's got all my apache, php, mysql, cvs repository, Quanta, Zend IDE running fine, so it's a pity to blow it all away.... OTOH I'd consider it, since a lot of things are due for upgrades anyway.
Note that I have only one little problem right now, I broke my grub.conf somehow and have not been able to get the pretty boot screen, ergo no opportunity to boot windoze, it just goes right to Linux. And I've been doing fine without it, thanks (-: , but getting grub working properly again is one of my objectives. I wonder if the installer will offer to reinstall grub if I do a new install, an upgrade, or either one.