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Fedora 18 has reached EOL (End Of Life). See the list with the EOL versions.

End Of Life means, you will not get any support, the repositories will be dropped, no updates, no help from the community, you are on your own.

What you have to do, is to upgrade to a supported version of Fedora. Currently, two versions are supported, Fedora 19 and Fedora 20 and I would recommend to upgrade to Fedora 20.

Fedora 18 has reached EOL (End Of Life). See the list with the EOL versions.

End Of Life means, you will not get any support, the repositories will be dropped, no updates, no help from the community, you are on your own.

What you have to do, is to upgrade to a supported version of Fedora. Currently, two versions are supported, Fedora 19 and Fedora 20 and I would recommend to upgrade to Fedora 20.

How to upgrade from Fedora 18 to Fedora 20 ?

Read this relevant quetsion/answer.

Fedora 18 has reached EOL (End Of Life). See the list with the EOL versions.

End Of Life means, you will not get any support, the repositories will be dropped, no updates, no help from the community, you are on your own.

What you have to do, is to upgrade to a supported version of Fedora. Currently, two versions are supported, Fedora 19 and Fedora 20 and I would recommend to upgrade to Fedora 20.

How to upgrade from Fedora 18 to Fedora 20 ?

Read this relevant quetsion/answerquestion/answer.