On Sunday 07 November 2004 15:54, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > What happens if the network fails in some way in the middle of an
> > installation or upgrade?
>> What happens if the CDROM fails in middle of an installation or
> (and network is far more reliable than burn CDRs..)
Fedora checks the CDs before installation.
I've never known a CD that passed the check fail to work.
I had a network or machine failure last night
while downloading FC-3 disk4.
Incidentally, I have 5 machines (or 6, if martha lives long enough)
to upgrade to FC-3, so network installation would be impractical anyway.
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