Am Dienstag, den 05.01.2010, 09:22 +1100 schrieb Chris Smart: > Hi all, what's the best way to get a minimal Fedora system? > > I assume it's by installing via the DVD and un-ticking package groups, > leaving just the base apps, but perhaps more seasoned Fedora users > have a better suggestion? > > The other day I installed F12 on a PPC machine with the network > installer and it only installed a base system (didn't even give me the > option for a graphical environment) which was neat. Trying to > replicate this on a x86 install however has not been successful. > > Ubuntu provides an "Install a command-line system" mode on the > alternate installation media. Does Fedora have something similar? I > didn't see any Anaconda options to do it.. > > Which brings me to another point, installing KDE instead of GNOME via > the DVD. When you un-tick GNOME and tick KDE, it still leaves all of > the default GNOME applications, which is rather annoying > (understandable though). openSUSE for example, bundles everything with > that one radio button, so un-ticking "GNOME" will not install anything > GNOME related (unless a direct dependency of something else you > install, of course). Is there a similar option in Fedora? Or should > one use the KDE Live CD or manually configure each package? > > Thanks. > Chris An easy way to get a minimal system would be to untick *all* groups (yes, all, even the Base group) in the DVD image. This will result in a very basic system, which still will be bootable.
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