Presumably it's not dissimilar to CentOS so some minor tweeking of the
following as appropriate should work:
Web site name: ftp.heanet.ie
CentOS directory: pub/centos/5.1/os/x86_64
In fairness it's pretty non-intuitive.
On Thursday 19 June 2008 09:42:13 Michael Watterson wrote:
> I've done Debian and Ubuntu network installs. Just automatically gets
> the packages off the net.
>> Fedora 9 boot CD Network install was downloaded and burnt.
>> 1) It boots
> 2) after usual language/keyboard it asks for source of packages
>> Obviously only NFS or URL is going to work...
>> Only URL for Internet
> But it expects you to type in an address.
>> Googling doesn't immediately suggest one. The "Network Install" looks
> suspiciously like LAN install rather than Debian's Boot CD and
> install from Internet .
>> I have 20Mbps internet, but no DVD drive on the target PC, only CD.
>> Any ideas for a URL on the Internet?
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