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Re: Installing without a CDROM or USB drive



On Tue, 2004-05-25 at 17:20 -0500, fedora-devel tlarson com wrote:
> Luckily you're already running FC1, right? And you already have
> grub installed, right? Perfect. Just tell grub to boot the kernel
> provided for USB drives (using the appropriate ramdisk image) and
> you're done.                                                                   

There's an even simpler thing you can do...
  
>  cd iso_dir
>  mkdir mnt1 mnt2
>  mount -o loop FC2-i386-disc1.iso mnt1
>  mnt -o loop mnt1/images/diskboot.img mnt2
Not needed
>  mkdir /boot/fc2inst
>  cp mnt2/vmlinuz mnt2/initrd.img /boot/fc2inst
Instead, do cp mnt1/isolinux/{vmlinuz,initrd.img} /boot/fc2inst
>  umount mnt2
Then this isn't needed either
>  umount mnt1
>  rmdir mnt1 mnt2

Cheers,

Jeremy



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