On Wed, Feb 20, 2008 at 11:14:52AM -0500, arthur wrote:

> > I normally just use the cd to load the installation programs -
> sysinstall -
> > and download everything over the net during installation.
> I have v6.2 cd but I am going to try 7.0, but I don't mind if the KDE/app is
> latest.
> So do you think I can:
> 1. boot with 6.2CD, run sysinstall, then install v7.0 over the network
> 2. install kde or other app to v7.0 installation from a 6.2 CD

No.   You really want to download the 7.0 ISO and burn it 
and install the applications intended for that level.   
You could make it work, but you don't want to.


> Thanks.
> Arthur
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