I will explain my use-case in a bit of detail, and then post my queries ::
I have a Dell laptop, where I have a Fedora 14 installed, and using 200GB of my hard disk. The OS has been in use for a good 6 months, and the present state of the OS is too important to be lost.
Now, I need to install a Fedora-17 too on my laptop, and use it as a separate OS. So,
Would it be a good idea to somehow convert my current state of Fedora-14 into an ISO; then divide my hard-disk into 2 partitions, and then install Fedora-14 from my "latest" Fedora-14 ISO on one partition, and a new vanilla Fedora-17 on the other?
If yes, what is the best method to convert my current Fedora-14 "image" into an ISO (obviously keeping the exact, current state of the system)?
I have already visited the link http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=260478
, and from there, I tried accessing http://www.dnmouse.org/autoten/fedor...tore-disk.html
, but I got a HTTP-404 error.
Looking forward to some guidance; as potentially my hours of work is at stake :|
Thanks and Regards,