On Mon, 29 Jan 2007, Michael A. Peters wrote:
On Fri, 2007-01-26 at 22:06 -0600, Kevin K wrote:
If you are talking about creating installation CDs for a computer
that doesn't have a DVD reader, it would probably be simplest to just
go to a fedora mirror site, and download the 5 installation CDs. It
would probably be some work trying to decide which packages have to
be on each CD.
Lot of bandwidth.
It would probably be better to use boot.iso and do a network install -
using the DVD on a nearby computer as the network source.
Even simpler is to just buy a DVD drive. They are about $30 these days.
The hard part will not be the bandwidth of downloading the CD installs.
If that is a problem, updating to the current packages after the install
will be just as big of a pain.
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