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Re: Single CD Fedora distro



Greg DeKoenigsberg wrote:
That's exactly what I'd like to do.

However, there's two types of CD -- Live CD and Single Install CD.  I'm
happy to solicit the completion of KDE and Gnome Live CDs for Fedora --
but the Single Install CD is another matter.  The more I investigate, the
more it appears as though we've painted ourselves into a corner with firstboot; basically, FC4 is *just too big* (allegedly) to install happily from one CD. I'm still trying to get a good answer as to why this is.

--g

I'll look into it too. If first boot is too big for a single install CD, then firstboot has to go, because the Holy Grail of the single install CD must be attained....

I'm speculating here because I'm not yet up on the live CD status, but would a single install disk, while worthy in it's own right, be a significant launching pad to a live CD?

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On Wed, 19 Oct 2005, Joshua Wulf wrote:

Why not two live CD distributions - a kde one and a gnome one? We could do first one, then the other, rather than waiting a million years for them both.

I just downloaded Ubuntu and installed it, and it was a 600-odd MB single CD. R0ck!

--josh


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