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On Tue October 4 2011, Joe Zeff wrote:
> No, because there's no point to such a thing. When you install F14 and
> run update for the first time, you get the most recent version of
> everything. Doing it your way would update you step-by-step across
> hundreds of updates for some of the programs, installing version after
> version until you reached the present. Why do it the hard way when the
> default is easier and faster?
Agreed... just back up your config files, either on-line or to some sort of
removable media and then when you reinstall, copy the config files back over.
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