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This mechanism can also be used for Fedora Workstation upgrades if you prefer a command-line tool or if you need to try and analyze some kind of package issue that seems to be preventing the graphical method from working.
download fedora-release and fedora-release notes from the f12 mirrors 2.
yum groupinstall “GNOME Desktop Environment” base core 11. logout and reboot It took a while to get everything and I had to break a few pieces up in order to make all the pkgs fit when I downloaded them but everything else just worked.
I need help creating a mirror list and updating my repository file.
and every information retrieve from the repos are OK, then everything is fine. It seems like my machine is not connecting to the internet.