On Tuesday 09 November 2004 14:46, Paul Jakma wrote:
> > Fedora checks the CDs before installation.
>> If you /ask/ it to, no? Seems to me it could be quite easy to forget
No, it's the other way round, or at least it was on FC-2.
You are asked during the installation if you want to check the CDs,
and you have to explicitly say No if you don't want to.
> > Incidentally, I have 5 machines (or 6, if martha lives long enough)
> > to upgrade to FC-3, so network installation would be impractical
> > anyway.
>> Not if you have a caching http proxy server with its max object size
> suitably configured and a decent amount of disk cache.
The machines are very different,
so I doubt if this would be worth the trouble.
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