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I have been given a workstation with Fedora 11 (Leonidas) installed by our
IT team. I'm running web-based tool on it, purely Perl based. I have also
data there that I would like to keep while upgrading to Fedora 15 (or maybe
wait a ~month longer and upgrade it directly to Fedora 16).
I would like to ask for recommendation on what's the easiest way to jump
through so many releases?
I have basic linux experience since I'm doing some programming. Do I need to
use external storage to be able to upgrade or I can go through yum?
If I could go with yum, I would appreciate if you provide me with the
What other things should I consider before upgrading from Fedora 11 to
Fedora 15 or 16?
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