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Old 8th December 2006, 13:50
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I use CentOS 4.2 now and I like to do yum update. Can I do this without loosing my ISPConfig configuration?
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Normally this shall work without problems, but its always better to make abackup of your config files in /etc because sometimes rpm will replace e.g. the main.cf file and mail delivery will fail then.
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