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On discovering that fedora 19 was now available I wondered how to upgrade and found this thread.I was very pleasantly surprised to find that it works without any problems.
So that’s why I decided go back to old school (and bit ugly) method and install n Vidia drivers “manually”.We can do this with Fed Up (short for Fedora Updater; Fed Up replaces preupgrade which is now deprecated). Afterwards, you will be asked to reboot the system: reboot From the boot menu, select First time I have been truly successful with a fedora upgrade - I did two: 1. fedora 17 and 18 in a dual boot configuration Both upgraded from 18 to 19 without error.The second retained my fedora 17 and I can still dual boot 17 or 19 (will not give up 17 until I can make the later fedora's boot from their own partition and not the MBR). I have only just tried Fedora 18 after messing up my Ubuntu/Mint installation.I have tested this guide with 304(patched), 340(patched), 375.xx, 381and 384drivers/cards.With DKMS, you could just update your kernel and your n Vidia drivers are compiled automatically.
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