Upgrade Fedora 21 to Fedora 22 Using ‘FedUp’ Tool

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5 Responses

  1. Jose says:

    This was a helpful link to get me past the blank screen update jitters. Thanks

  2. Yaniv says:

    What is the difference between using fedup to upgrade my F18 to F22 vs. fresh installation of F22?
    In other words, while the fedup process is much easier and faster than fresh install, does it have any disadvantages over fresh installation?


  3. Rakesh Mallick says:


    I am using Fedora 17, can I upgrade to Fedora 22 with the same process?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      No you can’t jump to Fedora 22 from Fedora 17 and there isn’t any way to do so. The only way is to upgrade to fedora 22 is to have fresh copy of Fedora 22 on your system..

  4. crisp says:

    would that get rid of all settings and programs I have already installed on Fedora 21 or will they be transferred to the new version ?

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