On Sun, 22 Jul 2007 08:58:30 +0000, Duncan wrote:
> Seems a reasonable approach to me. FWIW, note that there's nothing from
> pan's side keeping you from having both old-pan and new-pan installed
> together on the same computer -- you just have to rename one of them.
> That's actually what I did here. Before I upgraded to new-pan, I renamed
> the old-pan binary to pan.14. Then the old package was removed when the
> new one was installed, but I still had the binary around, and it still
> worked. That way, I can keep both running, in case someone has questions
> I need to load it up to answer, on the old version still.
I like this idea, but I am upgrading from FC4 to FC7, and intend do a
clean install of FC7. I would therefore have to do something like
"yum install old-pan"
How can I do this?
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