Updating fedora core 1
FC1rpm b59c5d7506b0c5ce2bc7ecd8d8e80a41 x86_64/dovecot-0.99.10.5-0. FC1.x86_642d01e5023d38184c5aa41b8533cfc146 x86_64/debug/dovecot-debuginfo-0.99.10.5-0. FC1.x86_6409eb0fd6b14081ce816dc3e04f3c9cea i386/dovecot-0.99.10.5-0. FC1.i3865091655964a59c61d4166607813b75ff i386/debug/dovecot-debuginfo-0.99.10.5-0. FC1.i386This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.
(formerly Fedora Core) is a Unix-like computer operating system based on the Linux kernel and GNU programs, developed by the community-supported Fedora Project and sponsored by Red Hat.
Other desktop environments, including KDE Plasma, Xfce, LXDE, MATE and Cinnamon, are available and can be installed. Flatpak is also supported by default, and support for Ubuntu's snaps can also be added.
Fedora uses Delta RPM when updating installed packages to provide Delta update.
When the upgrade is complete, the system will reboot again to the new release.When a newer stable release is available, you should see a graphical notification, similar to the ones you see for system updates.Clicking this, or running the Software application and going to the Updates pane, should show you a simple graphical interface for upgrading the system.You should seriously consider stopping now and upgrading to Fedora 17 using the installer.Unlike all previous releases it's what the yum developers recommend. Due to a major change in Fedora 17, in order to upgrade from any earlier release using yum, you must first upgrade to Fedora 16.
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This remaining issue is Fedora specific and may require patching of the FC1 kernel or openssl in order to resolve in a future update.