I was wondering if there was any site I could download the entire redhat
6.0 cd from.
as well as this newsgroup.
You can order the CDROM from CheapBytes for a couple of bucks orQuote:>I was wondering if there was any site I could download the entire redhat
>6.0 cd from.
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>You can order the CDROM from CheapBytes for a couple of bucks or
>so. It'll take about as long to get it...
The above opinions are my own and not those of ISM Corp., a subsidiary of
IBM Canada Ltd.
I've just downloaded (with a 33.6 kbps connecion belive it or not) an ftp
image of SuSE Linux 6.0, and burned it in two CD's. Mi problem is that I
cannot install it directly from the CD's.
Every time I try to install it, "yast" informs me that the Disk 1 is not
inserted and it will refuse to install any packages even thoug they are on
the CD. However, when I copy the files in that same CD to an HD partition
with exactly the same structrue, everything works fine. It seems to me that
when you tell "yast" that the installation source is a CD it assumes that
it's the *CD distribution*, and not a ftp image burned on a CD.
Has someone successfully burned this particular distribution so that it is
posible to install it directly from the CD's?
Of course i can copy the essential files to a free HD partition, make a base
installation and then install the other indiviudal packages with rpm (I
don't know how to install the rpms packages yet, but I don't think it's
terrible difficult to find out), but I would rather use "yast" because it's
much more easy.
thanks a lot for your attention