Updating fedora 8 to 9 Video chat amsterdam

If you want upgrade n Vidia drivers, then you have to download new package from n Vidia site or use option (this works only with latest drivers).

If you try –update method with 304or 340versions, then you get latest drivers. Before n Vidia drivers installation (Fedora 25/24/23/22/21) 2.

Install n Vidia proprietary drivers on Fedora 25/24/23/22/21 and disable the nouveau driver 3.

When I run a 'yum update php', I see the following: Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * updates-newkey: edu * fedora: edu * updates: edu updates-newkey | 2.3 k B fedora | 2.1 k B updates | 2.6 k B Setting up Update Process No Packages marked for Update So basically it is telling me that there are no updates to PHP.

I know that I could always update my Fedora to a newer version which has PHP 5.2.8 or higher, but I want to avoid that. Is there a way I can update my yum repositories so yum uses a newer repository to make the update?

Booting the DVD or booting from CD#1 will start the installer which will allow Fedora to be installed on your computer or for you to upgrade an existing Fedora on your machine.

The following steps were done with the single DVD installation.

This guide was simultaneously authored testing a AMD64 Desktop running i386 (32-bit) Fedora and Intel Duo Core Laptop running x86_64 (64-bit) Fedora.

Fedora 9 is provided as either CD-ROM's or DVD-ROM's for installation.

You can either download the multiple CD sets or single DVD for installation.

The DVD-ROM disk is preferred and recommended method of installation.

I have tested this guide with 304(patched), 340and 375drivers/cards.

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