An anonymous reader writes: Upgrading to Fedora 20, the version of Red Hat's community Linux distribution released this week, from version 19, at least, is broken. The problem lies with the version of FedUp (Fedora Upgrader) that is in version 19 — version 0.7. When one issues the necessary upgrade command using this version, the packages get downloaded but after reboot, when the upgrade is supposed to take place, the process terminates. Fortunately, one's existing installation is not gutted and one can get back into that and try again. One needs to update to FedUp 0.8 and the re-run the upgrade command.
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