Hi John, thanks for the reply.
I used the second way: saved the list of packages,
backed up /home, repartitioned the disk
and installed FC14. After comparing
the list of packages immediately after the installation with
the FC11 list created the list of package names
that were missing and installed them.
I made a check that you suggested and I see that
for some reason I have few FC11 packages (the
"diff" I made was on names only, without versions of architectures):
<localhost.localdomain>.../user>rpm -qa | grep fc11
What did I do wrong to have FC11 packages - I don't
know. Based on the above info, what should be done
to fix this mute problem? In a more general sense,
how can I debug the reason for this behaviour: at what
files/packages should I search for the clue?
TIA for any info,
Originally Posted by John VV
how did you upgrade???
use the fedora 14 dvd to do a dvd upgrade
-- The recommended way to skip 3 versions --
do a full clean NEW install of 14
how many fedora 11 rpms are still installed if you used the first way
-- there should be NONE - ZERO - 0 --
to see run
rpm -qa | grep fc11