Robert Moskowitz wrote: > OK. My first attempt to install F10 on my Asus Eee has failed with not > enough disk space. Does not supprise me, given all the crude of rpms > that has to be downloaded before expanded. > > However, I also have a 4Gb SD card installed. What directory to I map > to a partition on the SD card so that all the rpms go there? > I would run "yum clean all", and then copy the directory structure to your SD card. Then mount the SD card partition at /var/cache/yum. > Then after install and updates how do I set this back to just work off > the main drive? > Run "yum clean all" again, and remove the SD card mount. > I have set up a 1Gb swap partition and a 2.8Gb ext3 partition for / on > the main SSD drive. Trying to keep the overhead to the lowest, not > using LVM... > > So where do all the rpms go? /var/<what>??? > > /var/cache/yum/<repo>/packages The yum clean all is probably not strictly necessary, but it should help avoid any stale information when switching between storage locations. It will also give you a bit more room on the main drive. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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