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by Emil on Mon 27th Mar 2006 00:48 UTC
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Please, is there a way to netinstall Fedora? Or a way to install it with just one CD? Number of CDs is what is keeping me from trying OpenSuSE and Fedora.

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RE: netinstall
by thebluesgnr on Mon 27th Mar 2006 01:02 in reply to "netinstall"
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You can install from a network server (FTP, HTTP, or NFS) and also from the hard disk. This is well documented in the installation guide. ;)

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RE: netinstall
by vnpenguin on Mon 27th Mar 2006 20:47 in reply to "netinstall"
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I have One-CD remastered FC5 with GNOME, Firefox, Thunderbird, xchat, gaim, gcc/g++, kernel-devel,...
This CD is destinated firstly for Vietnamese Open Source Software (VNOSS) with the goal is bringing FC5 to anyone with ONLY ONE CD ;)

If it's interesting for you, I could give you url to try it.

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