Updating fedora core 2 to fedora core 3

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You might also want to install the various Windows movie decoders.

Note that there may be some legal issues with these decoders.

To use yum, become root, and then you can use the following commands: Now simply drag & drop your fonts into the "Fonts" window to add them.

Even if you're not new to Linux, you might find one or two helpful hints in there. The upgrades are usually very easy, much like Red Hat Linux 8 - Red Hat Linux 9. If you don't want to upgrade every 6 - 8 months, there is something called the Fedora Legacy Project.

(Thanks to various IRC folks and vegan_linuxguy for troubleshooting this.

Thanks to "m d," David Ball, and others for pointing out an important typo in this question!

You can install them by: (Thanks to Kai Thomsen for the original location of the ATrpms key, and thanks to Tom Householder for the new location!

Thanks to Pim Rupert for the location of the Dries key.

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