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The only idea I have (preupgrade really can't cope with /boot on RAID) is to do a YUM upgrade from 16 to 17 (read this here as well) and from there use fedup -- which should know about /boot on RAID1 -- to upgrade to a currently maintained version: Fedora 20 should be out in not quite a week, version 18 will be retired about a month after that.

The only idea I have (preupgrade really can't cope with /boot on RAID) is to do a YUM upgrade from 16 to 17 (read -- read this here as well) well -- and from there use fedup -- which should know about /boot on RAID1 -- to upgrade to a currently maintained version: Fedora 20 should be out in not quite a week, version 18 will be retired about a month after that.

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The only idea I have (preupgrade really can't cope with /boot on RAID) is to do a YUM upgrade upgrade from 16 to 17 17 -- read this here as well -- and from there on use fedup -- which should know about /boot on RAID1 -- to upgrade to a currently maintained version: Fedora 20 should be out in not quite a week, version 18 will be retired about a month after that.

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The only idea I have (preupgrade really can't cope with /boot on RAID) is to do a YUM upgrade upgrade[1] from 16 to 17 -- read this here as well -- 17[2] and from there on use fedup -- which should know about /boot on RAID1 RAID1[3] -- to upgrade to a currently maintained version: Fedora 20 should be out in not quite a week, week[4], version 18 will be retired about a month after that.

The only idea I have (preupgrade really can't cope with /boot on RAID) is to do a YUM upgrade[1] from 16 to 17[2] and from there on use fedup -- which should know about /boot on RAID1[3] -- to upgrade to a currently maintained version: Fedora 20 should be out in not quite a week[4], version 18 will be retired about a month after that.

  1. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Upgrading_Fedora_using_yum
  2. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Upgrading_from_EOL_Fedora_using_yum
  3. http://ohjeezlinux.wordpress.com/2012/11/13/fedup-a-little-background/
  4. http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/20/Schedule