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Re: Replacing the boot kernel in the installer



On Wed, 2008-01-23 at 12:46 +0000, Bill Crawford wrote:
> Sure, I was just looking for a way to avoid downloading a DVD iso ...

I thought Fedora Unity provides jigdo templates, at last it used to. You
can use packages from your existing Fedora DVD then, and just let jigdo
download the updated packages.

> On 23/01/2008, Josh Boyer <jwboyer gmail com> wrote:
> > On Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:24:32 +0000
> > "Bill Crawford" <billcrawford1970 gmail com> wrote:
> >
> > > I successfully installed F8 at home, but I've been unable to get the
> > > installer to run on my Aspire here at work. It fails due a problem
> > > with the sata_sis driver, which is fixed in the latest F7 kernel
> > > update so I assume the current F8 kernel is fine too. Is it possible
> > > to simply boot from a different kernel (and update the modules in the
> > > initrd, of course) and run the installer? Or, if I need to update the
> > > stage 2 image as well, how do I point at the updated stage 2, and can
> > > I do so while still proceeding to fetch the install packages off the
> > > network?
> >
> > You could just try the Fedora Unity respins.
> >
> > josh
> >
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