freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 121, Issue 28
keramida at ceid.upatras.gr
Wed Jan 18 03:39:45 PST 2006
On 2006-01-18 13:06, Rithy- System Engineer <root at rithy4u.net> wrote:
> I got FreeBSD 5.3 release installed on my Server but its hard disk and
> mainboard are too old and i want to upgrade to FreeBSD 6.0 with new hard
> disk on the same PC how can i do this?
> is it necessary to install any third-party hardware or software?
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There are probably many ways to do this. I can think of at least
two right now:
a) First move the installed system to the new disk, i.e. by
using the process described here:
Then, when the system is up and running with its new disk,
use the process described in the Handbook, to upgrade from
5.X to 6.X from source:
b) Remove the old disk. Install a clean 6.0 system. Re-add
the old disk as a secondary disk, and restore whatever you
want to keep from that one.
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