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ScottFavor
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.. For when I upgrade Fedora Linux

Post by ScottFavor » Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:00 am

Hi, just installed the 30 day preview version of TurboPrint 2 and all is well, working beyond expectations.

Before I buy the complete unrestricted version, I want to make sure that I won't have to buy it again when Fedora 11 comes out in a couple of months. An installation to new version completely rewrites the hard drive. Fedora comes out with new versions on an approximate six month schedule, so this would be a recurrent problem.

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Post by zedonet » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:24 am

Hello ScottFavor,

of course you can do a complete new installation of TurboPrint on an updated or on a new system. Just activate it again with your license keyfile (you should make a backup copy of it).
The only problem might be if future Fedora versions were not backward compatible. In that case you would need an update to the latest TurboPrint version. So - if you intend to always have the latest Fedora installed - you should consider also purchasing the 2-years-free-updates package.

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