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Re: SILUG meeting
On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 03:41:21PM -0500, Robert G. (Doc) Savage wrote:
> Steve, on the other hand, likes to upgrade from the previous version
> rather than do a fresh install with a list of packages like I do.
> Fedora's "fedup" (FEDora UPgrade) capability is misbehaving badly for
> him and not upgrading his F18 with an encrypted filesystem. We both
> think it's probably a bug in initial ramdisk processing.
So I finally figured out what that was all about. Apparently when I
upgraded from grub to grub2, I didn't get some fancy new kernel
command-line arguments added that I needed for fedup to work, the most
important one being rd.luks.uuid=luks-$UUID (as mentioned in
On a related note, the problem I was having with newer Fedora 18 kernels
was a side-effect of the previous attempted upgrade. The newer kernels
were picking up the fedup command line arguments, leading to an
automatic reboot. Oops.
In other words, nothing to see here. :-)
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