Re: F7 install from DVD iso -

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Steve Searle wrote:
Around 05:28pm on Tuesday, June 05, 2007 (UK time), Bob Goodwin - W2BOD scrawled:

If I tell it to do an NFS install it requests "NFS Server Name" [] and the "Fedora directory" [/media/iso] which seems logical to me.

I think that "Fedora directory" needs to be the (unmounted) directory
that contains the iso, rather than a directory that has the iso mounted
on it.

/media/iso is empty unless I run "mount F-7-i386-DVD.iso /media/iso -t iso9660 -o loop"

Also make sure iptables on the server isn't denying you access.


I can stop the firewall, still the "no mount" error message?

I hate to buy a DVD burner for the sole purpose of making a Fedora disk each time there's a new release. I've never needed to record a DVD before. I suppose I might find some other use for it.


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