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Old 15th June 2006, 21:50
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Default Upgrade from Fedora 4 to Fedora 5

Hello, I am new to the upgrade process of linux. I know if you upgrade windows 98 to xp it keeps most your files. I am wondering, I need to upgrade my machine because gcc is broken and a few other things. If I reboot the machine and upgrade it from cd from Fedora Core 4 to Fedora Core 5, will this keep this ispconfig install on it or will it delete it? Do I need to do something special so it doesn't get deleted?

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PS. I would assume the answer will be the same for the e-mail and apache documents...?
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Old 15th June 2006, 23:11
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I think what would be recommended particularly if it is a live server that you do not upgrade it ........

Also if you do want to upgrade which i have tried and it does not work well at all with ispconfing best to do a fresh install then reinstall and reconfigure ispconfig.....

Anyone can correct me on this....

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Such an upgrade is always risky. It shouldn't alter your configuration files, but you can never know. And I'm not sure if this will fix your gcc problems...
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The reason I ask is because the system keeps dumping a bunch of numbers saying something has crashed almost every morning when I get in. Happens at different times and the log isn't recording anything strange. Is there a way to run some tests to find out why the machine keeps dying? and I know this question does partain to ispconfig but would anyone know how to repair the gcc?

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What's the exact error message?
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