Re: [SLE] Upgrading 9.3 x86_64 from DVD

Tony Nichols wrote:
On Fri, 2006-08-18 at 10:21 +0200, Zoran Ljubisic wrote:
Hi all,

I have suse 9.3 prof x86_64. I have suse 10.0 DVD x86_64. Can I just
start installation from this 10.0 DVD and upgrade my 9.3
installation? Do I have to expect some problems with this approach?


I had no problem doing it... (sometimes wish I would have stayed at
10.0). Had to do a clean install to 10.1 -- now usb and my Intel Pro
1000 - gigabit over fiber (e1000 mod) are dead. Intel says they won't
support that revision anymore ;-)

I have soft raid 1 (2 hard disc). Should I expect some problems with that?


PS Is there some problem with 10.1 version?

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