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I have used the following instructions:

# yum -y update
# yum install preupgrade
# preupgrade-cli
# reboot

It could not upgrade grub and after a reboot its still Fedora 10. The problem seems to be slicehost specific. Can you help me?

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Belongs to superuser.com. –  Manuel Faux Jul 26 '09 at 13:32
    
The FAQ starts with "Server Fault is for system administrators and IT professionals, people who manage or maintain computers in a professional capacity." –  noname Jul 26 '09 at 13:38
    
doesn't belong on superuser- slicehost is a virtual server host (part of rackspace). –  Tim Howland Jul 26 '09 at 14:46
    
Sorry, didn't recognized that this is a server system. (Isn't it quite unusual to run a server on Fedora?) –  Manuel Faux Jul 26 '09 at 15:57

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The steps are a little tricky to get from Fedora 10 to Fedora 11 on a Xen VPS. You might want to try this method instead.

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Have you switched to the Fedora 11 Repos? What exactly have you done?

Have you followed these instructions?

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forum.slicehost.com/comments.php?DiscussionID=3775 It seems to be that slicehost assigns the kernel at startup, I can't alter Grub settings. The only easy way to migrate to F11 is to load their vanilla F11 image and rebuilding the system. –  noname Jul 26 '09 at 20:30
    
+1 for the helpfulness :) –  noname Jul 26 '09 at 21:16

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