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Robert P. J. Day wrote:
On Thu, 27 Dec 2007, Karl Larsen wrote:

Robert P. J. Day wrote:
  
p.s.  it's still not clear if jigdo-lite is capable of using the
mount point that is automatically created by inserting the
original DVD, given that the mount point name has embedded spaces,
which is why i suggest that you need to unmount the DVD, then
manually mount it back under something like /mnt.

has anyone got this to work using the original mount point, which
is something like "/media/Fedora 8 x86_64 DVD"?  that would
simplify things.

   Hi Rday, it looks to me like /media/"Fedora 8 x86_64 DVD" should work. It
is what you do when using basic tools.

Karl
i tried that and other quoted variations, and none of them worked for
me.  are you saying it worked for you?  how odd.

rday
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No! I was trying "" and it took it and started to d/l the new packages so I thought it was happy. It was not. So it gave me a chance, since it spit out what I sent, and I gave it just /media/ and it ran the DVD and d/l a lot of files and then just died.
   The place it was putting things had just the d/l rpm files. It 
didn't work for me at all.
Karl


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